Health Care Policy

Bringing Ukraine to Penn

On the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, displaced and visiting scholars and students from Ukraine share their experience at Penn.

Kristen de Groot

In the News

The Hill

Republicans’ ‘Charlie Brown’ budget problem

PIK Professor Ezekiel Emanuel says that the Affordable Health Care Act is too woven into the system for Republicans to dismantle.


The Washington Post

Your therapist is on TikTok. Will your therapy session end up there too?

Dominic Sisti of the Perelman School of Medicine says that physicians who have their patients sign off to be TikTok content should consider leaving medicine to become social media influencers.


Montana hospital merger could bring more services, higher costs

Atul Gupta of the Wharton School says that long-distance hospital mergers often lead to price increases.



If you think your health is a private matter, see what's happening to your data

Matthew McCoy of the Perelman School of Medicine says that consumers are leaving “digital dust” of health information exposed online through searches and health-related purchases.


Verywell Health

Who will benefit from Eli Lilly’s insulin price cuts?

Mark Pauly of the Wharton School says that people who opt for more recent insulin medications may not see the benefit of price cuts.


Philadelphia Inquirer

Philly area nurses find work, purpose outside hospitals post-COVID

A study by Matthew D. McHugh of the School of Nursing found that the pandemic largely erased tolerance and levels of loyalty to specific employers among nurses.