Rabin Martin Senior Vice President Julie Becker details the complexities of fixing a maternal health system following a trip to Senegal with the CSIS Task Force on Women's and Family Health.
29 March 2016
In a blog for the CSIS Task Force on Women's and Family Health, Rabin Martin SVP Julie Becker shares her perspective on the important role of the private sector in public health after traveling to Senegal.
08 March 2016
In a blog for the Global Health Council, Rabin Martin VP Isabelle Lindenmayer shares her perspective on the immediate need for implementing NCD interventions.
05 February 2016
In a blog for The Huffington Post on the occasion of Universal Health Coverage Day, Jeff Sturchio outlines gains UHC and highlights the need to engage the private sector to accelerate progress on this critical issue.
14 December 2015
The U.S. does a fairly good job of diagnosing chronic illness, but there are significant drops at each stage of the care continuum.
29 July 2015
Countries need a flexible, comprehensive framework for UHC that they can adapt to local needs and integrate with new innovations. But how do we get the job done?
05 July 2015
Like many studies conducted by Western researchers, Ebola research often sits atop the proverbial ivory tower, out of reach of the Liberian doctors and policymakers who could have acted to prevent the outbreak.
22 June 2015
Achieving the goal of Universal Health Coverage will require governments to make creative use of all the resources and expertise available from local stakeholders and international supporters.
19 May 2015
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is currently the third leading killer in Africa, but not enough is being done to address CVD in these settings.
18 May 2015
To bend the curve of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, funders and activists need to focus on wraparound care – the non-medical services that that increase the availability or effectiveness of HIV/AIDS treatments.
22 April 2015