Tag Archives: health

How the Democratic Candidates Responded to a Health Care Policy Survey – The New York Times

ImageA rally for single-payer health care in California in 2017.CreditRobyn Beck/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The New York Times asked all 23 Democratic presidential candidates for their views on the best ways to improve the health care system. We received responses from 19 of them. [Read our analysis of the responses here.] The first three… Read More »

Oak Street Health invests only in value-based care

Oak Street Health is all in on value-based care. The network of primary care providers has no fee-for-service reimbursement. Oak Street serves Medicare, Medicaid and dually-eligible members through full capitated risk payments. It takes the full premium through Medicare and Medicaid and then pays all of a patient’s downstream costs, from healthcare services through prescription… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for MAY 31, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Several articles on the list look at the impact of maternal depression on children’s development.  While previous studies have focused on the impact of postpartum depression, O’Leary and colleagues focus on the impact of depression occurring during pregnancy (antenatal depression).  Even after controlling for depressive symptoms after delivery, depression during pregnancy was associated with worse… Read More »