This piece is the second in a series of six columns in which David Johnson addresses five structural defects undermining nonprofit healthcare. He outlined all five defects in the first column of the series, which debuted in hfm in February 2022.
The first thing to do when you’re stuck in a ditch is to stop digging.
This work examines the strategic implications of the incorporation of Taiwan into the People’s Republic of China (PRC) under three scenarios.
Russia’s engagement with Latin America after its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, and the Latin American response to the invasion, illustrates the growing strategic challenge to the U.S. from the survival and proliferation of populist authoritarian regimes in the Western Hemisphere.
The commentary explores the intricate economic synergies linking broad digital exchanges with branded digital platforms.
The reason the conventional wisdom doesn’t seem right is because it’s wrong: The incomes of most Americans, adjusted for inflation, increased in 2021.
President Alberto Fernández’s state visit to Russia and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) this month was tragic for Argentina—its national interests, its reputation as a democratic voice in the region, and moderates within Peronism who sincerely believe in the government as a tool for social justice and progress.
On February 9th and 10th, Health Affairs published a two-part article by Zeke Emanuel, Merrill Goozner, Matt Guido and me on Maryland’s unique payment model and its potential applicability to other states. (Part 1, Part 2) For reasons that will become obvious, we took inspiration from an extremely influential 2003 Health Affairs commentary with the provocative title, “It’s the Prices Stupid.”
Everyone who works in healthcare understands one simple fact: It’s a business. But we can’t ever forget it’s also a business with a soul.