This is the third of three blogs about the experiences of 30 students in the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University’s MHA@GW program during an immersion experiences in Israel.
Speaking for the Record: The Public Health Implications of Medicaid Work Experiments
Sara Rosenbaum explains why she and 42 other health experts submitted an amicus brief in support of the lawsuit brought by a group of Medicaid enrollees challenging the Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary’s approval of the Kentucky Medicaid work requirement.
Blog: Learning About Health Management and Policy in Israel (2 of 3)
The MHA@GW students visited government and healthcare facilities in Jerusalem and the Negev Desert and discussed issues including health policy, long term care and dealing with mass casualties.
Table Details Data Hurdles to Implementing Remotely Monitored Devices in Cancer Treatment
Blog: Learning About Health Management and Policy in Israel
Students in the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University’s MHA@GW program recently took a 5-day trip to Israel, a country and region that experiences intense environmental pressures. The trip's leader explains the value of studying health policy and management in a country that succeeds in guaranteeing a comprehensive basket of health services to all citizens and permanent residents with public health outcomes that are among the best in the world, all at a cost of 7.4% of its GDP.