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The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that publishes The Milbank Quarterly, commissions projects, and convenes state health policy decision makers on issues they identify as important to population health.
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We thank Dr. Sim and colleagues for their comments. Industry funding of research and health information campaigns, including through intermediary… More
We read with interest the article by Petticrew and colleagues in the December issue of this journal.1 Communication is of central importance in… More
All of us at The Milbank Quarterly, from the editors to the authors, are fortunate that we can rely on the expertise of the committed and brilliant… More
As this issue of the Quarterly goes to press, the world is experiencing another surge of COVID‐19 cases, and the United States is setting new… More
In 1999, Walter Leutz wrote a seminal article in The Milbank Quarterly on the need for and ways to better integrate medical and social services.1 He… More
Context: Consumer engagement early in the process of health care policymaking may improve the effectiveness of program planning and implementation,… More
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