Bringing Sustainable Healthcare to Rural India

August 02, 2016

An independent project is increasing access to healthcare in rural India. A good quality healthcare system and access to it by the impoverished is a widely-discussed issue, with governments across the world working toward resolving it. India, with its population of approximately 1.2 billion...

The Media and the Fate of American Liberalism

May 12, 2016

If the rich and powerful get a voice and the rest of us do not, which direction is the nation likely to head in? In spite of Bernie Sanders’ wins in Indiana and West Virginia, Hillary Clinton will almost certainly be the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee. This being the case, it may...

National Healthcare: How Not to Manage it (Part 2/2)

September 26, 2013

Is the British healthcare service a model for the United States? This is the last of a two part series. Read part one here. Here is the most consequential truth: Even though British healthcare is largely public, it is effectively unaccountable. You might naturally assume that the Ministry of...

National Healthcare: How Not to Manage it (Part 1/2)

September 07, 2013

Is the British healthcare service a model for the United States? This is the first of a two part series. In the debate about American healthcare, no national case is cited more often than Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), which supposedly provides free, effective, nationwide...