August 30, 2009
The New York Times discusses an op-ed by Dean Glenn Hubbard that argues the current administration could apply lessons from social security reform to healthcare reform debate.
Looking to Past Policy Battles for Health Care Lessons
February 29, 2008
Students, faculty and alumni discussed the industry’s future at the kickoff event of the new collaborative program.
November 12, 2007
Keynote speakers Paul Keckley of Deloitte and David Holveck of Johnson & Johnson call for radical, systemic changes to the healthcare industry and the medical profession.
December 11, 2006
Professor Linda V. Green contends that the primary evidence used by the commission is an overly simplistic and potentially dangerous “ideal hospital occupancy rate”
April 04, 2006
The Health Care Industry Association (HCIA) hosted its second annual spring conference on March 31, bringing policy experts, professionals and students together to discuss critical issues in the industry.
January 26, 2006
Dean Glenn Hubbard discussed his new book, Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise: Five Steps to a Better Health Care System, on January 10 as part of Google Inc.’s author series
January 13, 2006
The key to reforming America’s health care system is increasing reliance on the free markets, rather than extending government control
January 25, 2005
Professor Linda Green and Assistant Professor Pierre Azoulay were recently honored by two internationally renowned organizations for their individual studies, which have provided practical applications in the health care and public sectors.