Will Drug Prices Actually Fall?
Will Drug Prices Actually Fall?

The Inflation Reduction Act promises to reduce drug prices. But the law is more financial gamesmanship than true patient advocacy, and will do less than promised to lower drug prices for patients.

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I joined an abortion clinic protest
I joined an abortion clinic protest

We spoke with protesters outside of an abortion clinic to understand their position on abortion and their purpose for protesting. We learned what happens when partisan politics enter health policy.

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A Pox On All Vaccines
A Pox On All Vaccines

Misinformation is a mistake of our own making. It leads to vaccine hesitancy and mistrust among patients. It also exposes flaws in how we consume health information and think about healthcare.

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DOJ’s Abortion Activism
DOJ's Abortion Activism

The DOJ has been actively supporting abortion access. This may appear good, but it becomes concerning when we define medical care through legal concepts like rights.

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Healthcare’s False Starts
Healthcare’s False Starts

Healthcare seems to repeat many mistakes lately. Beneath the rhetoric lives an uncomfortable truth. These mistakes are not a problem, but a feature of healthcare.

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End of Evidence-Based Medicine
End of Evidence-Based Medicine

Recent findings have challenged our understanding of depression and dementia. They should also raise questions about our reliance on evidence-based medicine.

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Amazon’s Clinical Tell
Amazon's Clinical Tell

Amazon acquired One Medical, a chain of concierge primary care clinics. The move expands Amazon’s presence in virtual primary care. It also reveals Amazon’s dominance over health insurers.

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A Model to Define Probable Cause
A Model to Define Probable Cause

We present a model to discern probable cause out of clinical data. We seek collaboration opportunities with interested health insurers and government agencies.

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Why We Love Committees
Why We Love Committees

In healthcare, we have a committee for everything. It is how we meet and how we decide. But it also determines how we evaluate nonclinical matters.

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When Law Targets Physicians
When Law Targets Physicians

When charges are hurled against a physician, all of medicine feels the effects. It cultivates a culture of fear that turns administrative actions into criminal sanctions.

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Prescriptions Cause Inflation?
Prescriptions Cause Inflation?

Many point to rising drug costs as one cause of inflation. But drug costs do not affect consumer pricing, as they are set annually through government contracts.

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Confronting COVID Senioritis
Confronting COVID Senioritis

COVID fatigue is undeniable and most long to just move on. Instead, we should find a balance between the benefits and risks to better respond to the lingering uncertainty.

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It’s the Virosphere, Stupid
It's the Virosphere, Stupid

Recently, we have seen many viruses behave abnormally. It is time to study the virosphere and understand viral behavior in aggregate.

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Healthcare Expansionism
Healthcare Expansionism

The pandemic revealed how social policies affect individual health. But not all things social are directly healthcare related.

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The Court of FDA
The Court of FDA

The FDA makes inconsistent policy decisions with little regard to data. It feigns incompetence to cover for its conflicting incentives.

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Can a Physician be a Patriot?
Can a Physician be a Patriot?

While celebrating the Fourth of July and all that it represents, we pondered whether physicians should do more to protect healthcare rights.

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Vaping: A Tale of Two Crises
Vaping: A Tale of Two Crises

Once again, vaping is at the mercy of regulators. The FDA should first understand the origins of the vaping crisis before enacting restrictions.

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Standardize Medicine by Law
Standardize Medicine by Law

Legal encroachment into medicine creates an artificial conformity. It has led to landmark legal settlements, but poor quality of care.

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Gun Rights vs. Gun Outcomes
Gun Rights vs. Gun Outcomes

We often make false equivalencies when debating gun policy. But one thing is clear: there is an inverse relationship between gun rights and gun violence.

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Abortion’s Tricky Past
Abortion's Tricky Past

The recent ruling by the Supreme Court sent the country into a tailspin of outrage. However, the problem is not with the ruling, but with abortion’s precedent.

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