Director's Corner: A Spark of Sun

In “January,” John Updike writes, “The days are short, The sun a spark, Hung thin between the dark and dark.”

Billions of Opportunities: Health Plan Investment in Affordable Housing and Community Development

In a recent paper, we argue that health plans should consider investing some of their capital in affordable housing and community development.

The Trump Administration’s Latest Proposed Rule Puts People with Disabilities at Risk of Losing Benefits

The Social Security Administration has released a proposed regulation that puts older adults, people with disabilities and people with chronic illnesses at risk of losing crucial benefits, with serious impacts to their health.

ACA Repeal Would Undo a Decade of Progress for People with Complex Health Needs

As one of the youngest members of the Millennial generation, it’s difficult for me to recollect what the world looked like before the ACA -- a testament to how the ACA has defined an entire generation’s concept of what health care is and ought to be.

How Can Medicaid Transformation Steer Toward Health Equity? A Look at the Evidence

Addressing health equity should be a core goal of all health system transformation initiatives. Medicaid can be a particularly powerful avenue for advancing health equity.

Access to Good Food Is a Human Right

This is the second in our series of blogs highlighting the work of the four people recognized by the Center's 2019 "Speak Up for Better Health Award" contest.
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