By providing factory workers with health care training, HERproject reduces absenteeism and turnover at some of the world’s biggest clothing brands.
San Francisco’s five-year-old universal health care program sees positive results.
Partners in Health and Abbott Laboratories are building a new plant in Corporant, Haiti to produce a therapeutic food called Nourimanba.
The diseases that get funded tend to be the ones for which funders can take credit.
The CEO of the California HealthCare Foundation and the managing director of Versant Ventures provide an introduction to innovations for better health care at lower cost.
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Technologies that reduce costs and improve care for the underserved are often the most difficult to scale up. But a handful of strategies could turn things around.
Two venture capitalists and an entrepreneur discuss the challenges and opportunities that innovators confront as they seek to improve health care.
The Myelin Repair Foundation is creating a process for the rapid development of new treatments and cures.
Most health advocacy organizations do not report industry funding.
A doctor describes his groundbreaking, transdisciplinary effort to design more cost-effective care models for conditions that drive a large proportion of US health spending.