Harold Pollack is the Helen Ross Professor at the School of Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago. An expert on the intersection of poverty policy and public health, he has served on three expert committees appointed by the National Academy of Sciences. His recent peer-review research has appeared in American Journal of Public Health, JAMA, Health Economics, and many other peer-review publications. His print and internet journalism has appeared in the Washington Post, New Republic, the New York Times, American Prospect, and many other publications. Co-director of the University of Chicago Crime Lab, his current research examines policy and clinical interventions to reduce violence and to address substance use disorders.
- Bad news for e-cig use
- President Obama’s 2015 Budget for Health Research is a Disaster
- Could the delays backfire?
- Individual market cancellations might be less common than previously estimated
- Timothy Jost on the Republican plan to replace to ACA
- Impact of the “like it/keep” extension likely small and self-limiting
- Improving competition in Medicare Part D
- Medicare Advantage payment rate cuts
- Stand Up! – March 5, 2014
- Chart of the day: CBO’s Obamacare projections, then and now
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