Press Releases, Perspectives From Our Experts, and Ariadne Labs in the News
Dr. Asaf Bitton speaks with the New York Times on how to mix and match COVID-19 booster shots.
Dr. Mary Brindle speaks with Outpatient Surgery Magazine for a Q&A on her work in Safe Surgery.
Scrum Inc., Ariadne Labs, and CaroNova have partnered to bring the Scrum Framework to the Home Hospital Accelerator.
Primary health care is the foundation of strong health systems everywhere. Better measurement of how well primary health care systems are functioning can support changes needed to achieve resilient, quality health care for all. In October 2018 leaders from around the world convened at the Global Conference on Primary Health Care in Astana, Kazakhstan to… Continue reading Report Captures Primary Health Care Progress Three Years After Declaration of Astana
Rebecca Gourevitch and Neel Shah opine in STAT News on their latest research the quality of a person’s prenatal care and the number of prenatal care visits.
Rebecca Weintraub, Julia Raifman, and Benjy Renton pen opinion piece for The Hill on the need to utilize all strategies and tools, such as data-driven mask policies, rapid testing, and better indoor ventilation in our fight against the spread of COVID-19.
New digital report shares insights from the process of creating the first 23 Vital Signs Profiles – PHCPI’s signature measurement tool – and set the scene for the next chapter of PHCPI’s work.
“Nothing could have been done.” That is often the response to the parents of the 24,000 stillborn babies in the United States every year. But that is not the perspective of Star Legacy Foundation, a 16-year-old 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pregnancy loss and neonatal death and improving care for families who experience such… Continue reading Ariadne Labs Joins with Star Legacy Foundation to Tackle the Heartbreaking Problem of Stillbirth
Dr. Asaf Bitton and Eric Tucker pen an op-ed on the need for a national school vaccine playbook.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub speaks with The Daily Beast on the dangers of public figures sharing misinformation and the need to listen to experts.