Craig Garthwaite is an Associate Professor of Strategy and the Director of the Program on Healthcare at Kellogg at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. His work examines the effects of government policies and social phenomena on the health and biopharmaceutical sectors.
Over the past forty years, the United States has taken part in an experiment in mass incarceration. This article explores the impact that mass incarceration might have on successful aging and racial disparities in aging outcomes.
A new study of 831 patients sent to top-level trauma centers for a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury found that only 44 percent saw a physician or other provider within three months of their injury, a critical period for care.
As state policymakers assess new proposals to improve mental health treatment and access, understanding the population affected, the coverage gaps and the overall economic burden is integral to developing sustainable solutions that meet the need.