Murray-Ross

Deconstructing single payer, one dinner party at time

  • August 30, 2018
Earlier this summer in California we had our gubernatorial primary where health care, and specifically the issue of single payer, was front and center. By Murray Ross, PhD, Vice President and Institute for Health Policy Director.

Demystifying universal coverage

  • August 30, 2018

Research shows that many Americans believe that everyone should have access to affordable health care coverage. However, the method to achieve that goal remains a topic of national debate. There are many paths to achieving “universal coverage” both nationally and…

Tonette Walker

Becoming a trauma-informed state

  • August 8, 2018
We now know that Adverse Childhood Experiences — also known as ACEs — are among the most serious public health crises of our time. By Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker, Co-Founder, Fostering Futures.
Lucy Savitz

A perilous 2020 U.S. Census: Why the count counts

  • June 20, 2018
Obtaining an accurate count of 330 million U.S. residents is a daunting task. By Lucy A. Savitz, PhD, MBA, Vice President of Research for Kaiser Permanente and Director of the Kaiser Permanente’s Center for Health Research.
Murray-Ross

Maryland reinsurance efforts: A case study

  • May 11, 2018
We often refer to states as ‘laboratories of democracy,’ as key first responders whose actions can inform a whole nation. By Murray Ross, PhD, Vice President and Institute for Health Policy Director.