What's ailing health care? Policy prognosis 2022
"What's ailing health care? Policy prognosis 2022" is a Special Advertising supplement to The Washington Times.
As Virginia's Governor, it is my mission to make Virginia the best place to live, learn, work and raise a family.
As a clinician who has worked to transform care from the inner cities to rural counties, I know we cannot meaningfully advance health for our communities without addressing their unique needs and circumstances.
Think about the last time you or a loved one were seriously ill.
Every year, hundreds of Kansans and Missourians receive devastating medical diagnoses and, in some circumstances, their only life-saving treatment is a liver transplant.
Raise your hand if you had a COVID vaccination and also got COVID. I see those hands.
As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become clear that President Biden has failed to "shut down the virus" as he promised during the campaign.
As we enter a new year, the American people face a broad range of challenges, from rampant inflation to supply chain disruptions and labor shortages.
No parent should wake up to find their child lifeless from a fentanyl-laced drug overdose.
One of the major catastrophes of the bungling of the Biden administration's COVID-19 response has been the loss of trust in the agencies that we should be able to trust the most.
Illicit fentanyl is surging across our southern border and killing more people than ever.
Imagine going to the grocery store and shopping for food and goods without knowing how much your bill will total until you are in the checkout line or back at home preparing to eat.
There is a maternal health crisis facing our country.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been life-changing for so many, arguably the greatest toll has been on our health care workforce.
Too many American families know of or have been touched personally by the devastating loss of an infant or mom during childbirth.
In 2017, my friend Toni Brown was expecting her family's first grandchild.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major threat to human health around the world.
At a time when prices for everything continue to surge, the last thing Americans need is to break the bank when receiving the health care and medications they need.
Employer-sponsored insurance is the bedrock of American health care.