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Success and Setbacks in Rural Health Systems

Vermont and Wyoming have similarities on many fronts, but there is a striking difference between the two states in terms of the performance of their healthcare systems.

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Public Health Post Fellowship

Public Health Post reaches out to policymakers, journalists, scholars, and students to catalyze conversations on population health policy. Students passionate about public health communication, journalism, social media, and change-making should apply for the Public Health Post fellowship.

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UPDATE: The Refugee Crisis and Returning Home

Three important statistics from new data released by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCR) on the world’s refugee and displaced persons crisis.

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Trump Voters for Single Payer

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has four options now that his latest bill has failed. Single payer probably isn’t one of them, but maybe should be according to many Trump voters. Could Donald Trump be the single payer president?

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On to the Senate

What happens now that health reform shifts to the Senate? David Jones reflects on 8 key questions. Spoiler alert: It will be tighter than many liberals hope.

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AMA on the AHCA

PHP Fellow Madeline Bishop talks with PHP editor-in-chief and Boston University professor David Jones about the current state of health reform politics (and North Carolina basketball) in our first Facebook Live broadcast.

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‘Home’ and Human Rights

There are now four million more refugees worldwide. In the face of the worst refugee and displaced persons crisis in history, powerful and wealthy nations of the world have an undeniable obligation to confront this massive pandemic.

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March Madness

Chaos ensues on the 7th anniversary of the ACA: PHP editor-in-chief David K. Jones gives us six political realities that will drive the next chapter in the fight over health reform. 

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