StrategyCHA Lauds Health Spending in Newsom's "California Blueprint"
Carmela Coyle, president and CEO of the California Hospital Association, called the additional COVID funding "essential to helping hospitals and...
Clinical CareThe War on Cancer at 50: The Origin Story Begins With a Socialite Citizen-Lobbyist
Mary Laske became an activist, philanthropist and strategist focused on supporting medical research.
Clinical CareWhy an HBCU Med School Decided to Put CARES Act Money Into Students' Pockets
All told, 956 students received payments.
Covid-19When the Surges Just Keep Coming: A View From the Covid Vortex
Rais Vohra, MD, interim health officer for Fresno County Department of Public Health, spoke with KHN?s Jenny Gold about the...
Clinical CareA Judge Takes His Mental Health Struggles Public
California Superior Court Judge Tim Fall last year came out with a book that detailed his decades-long struggles with anxiety...
PayerDespite Restraints, Democrats' Drug Pricing Plan Could Still Aid Consumers
Tamping down drug expenses has been a longtime rallying cry for consumers beset by rapidly rising prices.
Covid-19Montana's Governor Nixed a Kids' Vaccine Campaign, So Health Officials Plan Their Own
The lack of public messaging could contribute to Montana's continuing lag in vaccination rates and high ranking in COVID cases,...
Human ResourcesLabs With No One to Run Them: Why Public Health Workers Are Fleeing the Field
Public health nurses, microbiologists, epidemiologists, health officers and other staff members who fend off infectious diseases are abandoning the field.
Covid-19The Yelp of COVID: Vigilantes Crowdsource Pandemic Safety Tips for Consumers
COVID vigilantes have cropped up in multiple cities, appearing where safety guidelines are lax despite high numbers of positive cases.
Human ResourcesWatch: Going Beyond the Script of 'Dopesick' and America's Real-Life Opioid Crisis
The Hulu series dovetails with the broader reality KFF's journalists and analysts have been documenting in their work for the...
Covid-19COVID Testing, Turnaround Times Are Still Uneven This Far Into Pandemic
A fragmented testing system, complicated logistics, technician burnout and squirrelly spikes in demand are contributing to this bumpy ride.
StrategyReluctant Localities Are Being Dragged Into Court to Fix Sidewalks for People With Disabilities
In Baltimore and many other communities across the U.S., there has been widespread noncompliance with parts of the ADA.