The USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy hosted a webinar featuring national thought leaders to examine hopeful signs in clinical development and policy that will ensure access to treatments and diagnostics.
The new center will explore innovative ways to ease the disease’s toll on individuals, families and caregivers while also developing strategies to reduce its burden on healthcare systems with an international team of researchers.
The authors explain how gaps in eligibility for federal assistance programs, perceptions of affordability, and administrative complexity create barriers that prevent millions of Americans from obtaining affordable coverage.
The designation of END products as “tobacco products” rather than “medical products” in August 2016 meant manufacturers did not have to meet pharmaceutical safety standards; instead, minimal product safety regulations were imposed.
The COVID-19 pandemic is adversely affecting efforts to control substance abuse according to Assistant Secretary of Health Admiral Brett P. Giroir, MD, who spoke with Rosalie Liccardo Pacula and Adam Leventhal.
Ritika Chaturvedi will lead the American Life in Real-time (ALiR) project, which will use digital technologies to create precision public health interventions that focus on reducing health disparities.