Pandemic Preparedness
Gun Violence and What Activists Can Do about it Locally and Nationally
Pharmaceutical Prices and What to do About Them
Long Term Care (LTC) or Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS)
Fixing the Medical Debt Crisis
Improving Care for Dually Eligible Medicare and Medicaid Enrollees
What to do about Health Misinformation/ Disinformation and Decreased Vaccine Uptake
The 21st Century Overdose Crisis in America: Science-based Responses are Needed Urgently
Improving Health Care in the United States: A Manual of Practical Actions for Activists
2024 Elections: Health Professional Strategies Featuring Kirk Adams and Emily Follo
2024 Elections: Health Professional Strategies Featuring Austin Vaughn and Don Berwick
2024 Election Strategy AND Brochure
2024 Elections: Health Professional Strategies Featuring Bill Fletcher and Nadi Kaonga
2024 Elections: Health Professional Strategies Featuring Heather Booth and Brendan Prast
Public Health, Public Trust and American Fragility in a Pandemic Era
How To Get Involved Now
Who is better suited to fight addiction crisis? Fetterman or Oz? Doctors
weigh in
Voting for the common health of Pennsylvania
Nurses and Doctors as Diplomats in the COVID Culture Wars
Special Elections Georgia: Expert Opinion Piece
Times Leader: Their view: The political vaccine we need now: Healthcare professionals speaking out – Jeffrey C. Lerner
Inquirer: To fight coronavirus disinformation, health care professionals must speak out – Jeffrey C. Lerner
The Hill: It’s time for Trump administration doctors to speak up — whatever the consequences
RAC: In the Days of Awe, Stand With Those Who Need Access to Care
Altoona Mirror: Be aware of health care changes
RAC: Should Jewish Health Professionals be involved in the Current Health Care Debate?
Slate: Don’t Lower the Number of People on Medicaid. Make the System More Efficient
Are We Confident of Across-Hospital Mortality Comparisons?
Will Hospital Peer Grouping by Patient Socioeconomic Status Fix the Medicare Hospital Readmission Reduction Program or Create New Problems?
Moving Toward Paying for Outcomes in Medicaid