Health Insurance


South Africa's Health-Care Reform in Limbo Following Election

African National Congress's loss imperils the new National Health Insurance law and its financing of public health care

Rethinking Insurance for an Aging Population

Instead of patchwork policy and inaction, the United States needs a national program for long-term care


China's Emerging Welfare Crisis

Signs are surfacing of an impending crisis in the country's medical insurance system


India’s Gig Workers

The death of a food delivery boy reveals obstacles in health-care benefits


Children of Immigrants and Their Mental Health Needs

We should create more comprehensive, accessible, and culturally sensitive initiatives for U.S. children of immigrants


Can the U.S. Be Among the First to Eliminate HIV Transmission?

Will the recently launched “Ready, Set, PrEP” program be a meaningful step toward HIV/AIDS elimination in the U.S.?


The Future of American Democracy Depends on Improving U.S. Health

The U.S. is in the grip of two pathologies, one afflicting human health and the other the health of the political system