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Health Care in President Trump’s Fiscal Year 2021 Budget
Our Schaeffer Initiative experts evaluate the president’s budget in a piece in JAMA Health Forum, which includes useful Medicare provider and drug payment reforms, as well as some some policies that will impact the Affordable Care Act.
A Checklist to Help Prevent and Manage Pressure Injury
Schaeffer Fellow William Padula and colleagues developed a simple protocol to prevent and manage pressure injury referenced in Federal Appropriations Legislative Package.
Who Receives Advanced Stroke Care May Depend on the Traffic
New study from USC reveals that Los Angeles County’s traffic patterns affect stroke care access, with socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods most affected.
States Need to Wake up to Public Health Risks From Cannabis
Legalizing cannabis brings states notable benefits, like a boost in tax revenues. But they’ve pushed public health considerations to the sidelines.
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Discussion and Book Signing: Deaths of Despair and the Future of CapitalismProfessor Ann Case and Sir Angus Deaton will discuss their upcoming book, Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism on March 30, 2020, on USC's campus.Date of event: