This Viewpoint argues for a shift in pharmaceutical pricing from an individual- to a population-based perspective and proposes policy options to incentivize pricing that would make treating populations with disease sustainable.
This Viewpoint discusses differing opinions on whether precision medicine can help improve US population health and if so, potential approaches to implementing a coordinated and effective effort between the medical and public health communities.
In this Special Communication, Anthony Fauci and colleagues review ecological factors contributing to, mechanisms of, and novel strategies to manage antimicrobial resistance.
This Viewpoint discusses potential opportunities to advance health care in the US criminal justice system based on recent developments.
This Viepoint describes collaborations between health care organizations and public health departments or community agencies described in articles submitted to the National Academy of Medicine for their Collaborative on Bridging Public Health, Health Care, and Community.
This Viewpoint discusses aspirations and strategies for public health that can help shape the resolve toward public health achievement in the remainder of the 21st century.
This Medical News and Perspective piece discusses more recent approaches and challenges in health forecasting using Twitter data streams.
This Viewpoint discusses the need for physicians to develop cultural competence in firearm safety counseling as a strategy to improve patient and public health.
Striking a balance between public health research based on residual newborn screening blood spots and preserving parental rights to consent their use is the focus of this Viewpoint.
In the wake of increasing antimicrobial resistance threats, this article discusses some recent government initiatives and efforts by scientists, physicians, and public health officials to combat drug-resistant bacteria.
This Viewpoint discusses the health system preparedness required for the United States to handle a public health emergency like Ebola.