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March 2022 Sahil Sandhu, Hugh Alderwick, Laura M. Gottlieb,
This Perspective describes how public-financing approaches have progressed in the United States and England to support social prescribing. More
March 2022 Lindor Qunaj, Anna Kaltenboeck, Peter B. Bach,
This study by Lindor Qunaj of Montefiore Medical Center and colleagues finds that compulsory licensing, a practice whereby national authorities can enable the production of a generic before the original patent expires, is rarely used to address drug prices and, when used, is unlikely to contribute to price discounts. More
March 2021 Veronique C. Raimond, William B. Feldman, Benjamin N. Rome, Aaron S. Kesselheim,
Context: Prescription drug spending per capita in the United States is higher than in most other industrialized countries. Policymakers seeking to… More
February 2020 Tsung-Mei Cheng,
In a Perspective, Tsung-Mei Cheng of Princeton pays tribute to her late husband by bringing attention to an often-overlooked path to universal health coverage that he strongly supported: Germany’s all-payer system. More
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