Chief Population Health Officer of OneCity Health and Senior Assistant Vice President at New York City Health + Hospitals.
By Dave A. Chokshi, MD, and Christopher C. Jennings Latent natural resources are those that exist in our world today, waiting to be tapped. Think of wind before windmills. Or in a more modern example, private apartments before Airbnb. What… Read More ›
Drawing comparisons to a “moonshot” in health care is usually reserved for breakthroughs like curing cancer. Perhaps less hyperbolic, though no less impactful, is the idea of transforming care for high-need patients—people with multiple, and often interconnected, medical, social, and… Read More ›
Among the many confounding aspects of recent health policy debates was how much attention focused on the wrong issues. The conversation devolved into a proxy war over the Affordable Care Act instead of dealing with the deep-rooted flaws in our… Read More ›
Within the maelstrom that is US politics today, some may lose sight of the tangible, human consequences of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Is it 22 million or 32 million who would lose coverage if the ACA were repealed… Read More ›