Stories pertaining to the evolution of our public health system, the organization of people, institutions and resources that deliver health care services to meet the health needs of target populations, social securities that relate to public health, their sources of funding and the health insurance industry.

Koch-funded study admits Medicare for All would save trillions
  • Analysis

The study was intended to make Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All proposal look unattainable, but even cursory analysis shows that the study's estimated cost for the proposal is still at least $1.4 trillion cheaper than what our current system will cost over the next 10 years. Read More »

Will Caron
Congressional Democrats to form Medicare For All Caucus
  • Announcement
The immeasurable value of a final helping hand
  • Essay

Without quality, long-term, kūpuna care assistance, I would never have been able to give my dear friend Bob the end-of-life he deserved. Read More »

Maile Murphy
Micronesians United: New medical plan puts patients in jeopardy
  • News Report
The governor's new medical plan, which does not cover preventive care such as regular dialysis and chemotherapy treatments, begins on September 1.
By the numbers: Lingle administration cuts universal child health care
  • Explainer
Travis Quezon