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April 25, 2017

My double life in education and health care: Do we want equality or equity?

Paula Bussard

This picture depicts the difference between equality and equity. The illustration is quite famili...


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December 23, 2016

Are We Ready to Honor the Promise of “Free” Depression Screenings for Teens?

Andy Carter

One in ten Pennsylvania teenagers has suffered from a major depressive episode during the past year&...


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November 28, 2016

Congress and New President Must Approach ACA Repeal and Replace Carefully; Moving Too Quickly Could Be a Disaster

Andy Carter

A few months ago, I wrote an opinion piece “Old System, Old Rules Don’t Apply to New Hea...


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February 23, 2016

Not-for-Profit Post-Acute Providers are Ideal Partners in Population Health Strategies

Guest Blogger

Older adults are among the fastest growing age groups, and they are at high risk for developing chro...


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February 17, 2016

Crucial Health System Financing, Affordable Seniors' Housing—and a Home for Sister Teresa Ann

Guest Blogger

As a health system leader, martialing resources to improve the health and health care of our patient...


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July 22, 2015

Overcoming Socioeconomic Disparities: What Health Care Can Learn from Education

Paula Bussard

U.S. health care and education systems share some big challenges and problems. In both areas, we spe...


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