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  1. NEJM Interview: Erin Fuse Brown on a vertical-consolidation trend that has given insurance companies increased control over the care-delivery system.2024/07/10
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  2. NEJM Interview: Evan Mullen on academic institutions’ participation in public debate, including in response to the opinions of their faculty members.2024/07/03
    Evan Mullen is a resident in the Department of Medicine at Stanford University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E. Mullen, E.J. Topol, and A. Verghese. Academic Freedom in America — In Support of Institutional Voices. N Engl J Med 2024;391:1-3.
  3. NEJM Interview: Nathaniel Chin on increases in the time and resources needed to diagnose and manage neurodegenerative diseases.2024/06/26
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  4. NEJM Interview: Christine Grady on the ethical challenges associated with recent developments in research on brain diseases.2024/06/19
    Christine Grady is chief of the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Hendriks and C. Grady. Ethics and Highly Innovative Research on Brain Diseases. N Engl J Med 2024;390:2133-2136.
  5. NEJM Interview: Jessica Lewis on a group prenatal care program aimed at improving maternal and infant health in diverse patient populations.2024/06/12
    Jessica Lewis is a research scientist at the Yale School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.B. Lewis and J.R. Ickovics. Expect With Me — Group Prenatal Care to Reduce Disparities. N Engl J Med 2024;390:2039-2040.
  6. NEJM Interview: Katharine Silbaugh on an approach to tobacco regulation that involves banning the sale of nicotine products to anyone born after a certain date.2024/05/29
    Katharine Silbaugh is a professor at the Boston University School of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Silbaugh, L. Del Valle, and C. Robertson. Toward a Tobacco-free Generation — A Birth Date–Based Phaseout Approach. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1837-1839.
  7. Preparing for a Possible Avian Influenza Outbreak2024/05/21
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  8. Preparing for a Possible Avian Influenza Outbreak2024/05/19
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  9. NEJM Interview: Alicia Fernandez on the need for a focus on equity in patient experience and clinical outcomes in the health care sector.2024/05/15
    Alicia Fernandez is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Fernandez and M.H. Chin. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize — Focusing on Health Care Equity. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1733-1736.
  10. NEJM Interview: Joshua Sharfstein on a shift by the Supreme Court that is limiting the ability of states, Congress, and federal agencies to protect public health.2024/05/08
    Joshua Sharfstein is distinguished professor of the practice in health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.M. Sharfstein and L.O. Gostin. The Public Good on the Docket — The Supreme Court’s Evolving Approach to Public Health. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1637-1639.
  11. NEJM Interview: Kevin Schulman on unionization as a response to consolidation and corporatization in health care.2024/04/24
    Kevin Schulman is a professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Schulman and B. Richman. Hospital Consolidation and Physician Unionization. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1445-1447.
  12. NEJM Interview: Stephanie Fullerton on the rise of clinical genetic testing and related ethical considerations.2024/04/17
    Stephanie Fullerton is a professor in the Department of Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S.M. Fullerton and K.B. Brothers. Expanding Applications of Clinical Genetic Testing — Ethical Challenges. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1349-1351.
  13. NEJM Interview: R. Alta Charo on the potential implications of the Alabama Supreme Court’s decision in LePage v. Center for Reproductive Medicine.2024/04/10
    R. Alta Charo is a professor emerita of law and bioethics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. R.A. Charo. Back to the Future in Alabama. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1253-1255.
  14. NEJM Interview: Daniel Sulmasy on the role of spirituality in patient care.2024/03/20
    Daniel Sulmasy is director of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics and a professor in the Departments of Medicine and Philosophy at Georgetown University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D.P. Sulmasy. Physicians, Spirituality, and Compassionate Patient Care. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1061-1063.
  15. NEJM Interview: Dhruv Khullar on the trend of hospital acquisition of physician practices in the United States.2024/03/13
    Dhruv Khullar is an assistant professor of medicine and of population health sciences at Weill Cornell Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D. Khullar, L.P. Casalino, and A.M. Bond. Vertical Integration and the Transformation of American Medicine. N Engl J Med 2024;390:965-967.
  16. NEJM Interview: José Rodríguez on an intervention aimed at recruiting a diverse class into a family medicine residency program.2024/02/28
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  17. NEJM Interview: Ilya Golovaty on platforms offering direct-to-consumer prescribing of medications for weight management.2024/02/21
    Ilya Golovaty is an acting assistant professor of medicine at the University of Washington. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. I. Golovaty and S. Hagan. Direct-to-Consumer Platforms for New Antiobesity Medications — Concerns and Potential Opportunities. N Engl J Med 2024;390:677-680.
  18. NEJM Interview: Dave Chokshi on ethical issues faced by safety-net health systems in the United States.2024/02/14
    Dave Chokshi is a professor at the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at the City College of New York and a physician at Bellevue Hospital. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D.A. Chokshi and F.P. Cerise. Ethical Issues in Providing Care in Safety-Net Health Systems. N Engl J Med 2024;390:581-584.
  19. NEJM Interview: David Higgins on public confidence in the value of childhood vaccines and the importance of combating misinformation about vaccination.2024/02/07
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  20. NEJM Interview: Andrew Lea on how experience with a 1970s computerized diagnostic program can inform efforts to implement machine-learning prediction models in medicine.2024/01/24
    Andrew Lea is a resident physician in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A.S. Lea and D.S. Jones. Mind the Gap — Machine Learning, Dataset Shift, and History in the Age of Clinical Algorithms. N Engl J Med 2024;390:293-295.
  21. NEJM Interview: Thomas Gallagher on historical and current ethical approaches to responding to harmful medical errors.2024/01/17
    Thomas Gallagher is a professor in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. T.H. Gallagher and A. Kachalia. Responding to Medical Errors — Implementing the Modern Ethical Paradigm. N Engl J Med 2024;390:193-197.
  22. NEJM Interview: Joseph Friedman on increases in drug-related mortality among adolescents and approaches to overdose prevention.2024/01/10
    Joseph Friedman is a medical student at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA who has a Ph.D. in social medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J. Friedman and S.E. Hadland. The Overdose Crisis among U.S. Adolescents. N Engl J Med 2024;390:97-100.
  23. NEJM Interview: Crystal Cené on the potential benefits, particularly for Black birthing people, of partnerships between perinatal care providers and community-based doulas.2023/12/27
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  24. NEJM Interview: Bernard Lo on the evolution of the ethical and legal framework for making medical decisions for patients who lack decision-making capacity.2023/12/20
    Bernard Lo is a professor of medicine emeritus and director of the Program in Medical Ethics emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. B. Lo. Deciding for Patients Who Have Lost Decision-Making Capacity — Finding Common Ground in Medical Ethics. N Engl J Med 2023;389:2309-2312.
  25. NEJM Interview: Laura Stark on the history of rules governing human-subjects research and potential lessons for the regulation of artificial intelligence.2023/12/13
    Laura Stark is an associate professor at the Center for Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. L. Stark. Medicine’s Lessons for AI Regulation. N Engl J Med 2023;389:2213-2215.
  26. Is Xenotransplantation Ready for Prime Time? — ITT Episode 222023/12/06
    This podcast episode examines the need for and promise of xenotransplantation, considering first the plight of patients and then the progress being made by researchers. . Is Xenotransplantation Ready for Prime Time? N Engl J Med 2023;389:e49.
  27. NEJM Interview: Robert Yeh on delays between FDA authorization and Medicare coverage of new medical devices and proposed reforms to current systems.2023/11/29
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  28. NEJM Interview: Hao Yu on a new Tennessee law that expands practice opportunities for some international medical graduates.2023/11/22
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  29. NEJM Interview: Nelson Wandera on an outbreak of Rift Valley fever virus in Uganda and an approach aimed at advancing surveillance, treatment, and research.2023/11/15
    Nelson Wandera is a physician in the infectious disease unit at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. N. Wandera and Others. Rift Valley Fever — The Need for an Integrated Response. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1829-1832.
  30. NEJM Interview: Mason Marks on draft guidance on psychedelics research.2023/11/08
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  31. NEJM Interview: David Grabowski on a proposed federal rule mandating a specific minimum-staffing standard for U.S. nursing homes.2023/11/01
    David Grabowski is a professor in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D.C. Grabowski and J.R. Bowblis. Minimum-Staffing Rules for U.S. Nursing Homes — Opportunities and Challenges. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1637-1640.
  32. NEJM Interview: Kekoa Taparra on the Lāhainā fires and persistent threats to community recovery.2023/10/25
    Kekoa Taparra is a postdoctoral medical fellow and resident in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Taparra, M.-.-.-. Purdy, and K.L. Raphael. From Ashes to Action — Indigenous Health Perspectives on the Lāhainā Fires. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1543-1545.
  33. NEJM Interview: Peter Hotez on concerns that yellow fever could return to the southern United States.2023/10/18
    Peter Hotez is a professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology and Microbiology and dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. P.J. Hotez and A.D. LaBeaud. Yellow Jack’s Potential Return to the American South. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1445-1447.
  34. NEJM Interview: Joelle Abi-Rached on the social, political, economic, and ethical factors that go into a decision to declare that a public health crisis is over.2023/10/11
    Joelle Abi-Rached is a fellow at Harvard University's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.M. Abi-Rached and A.M. Brandt. Do Pandemics Ever End? N Engl J Med 2023;389:1349-1351.
  35. NEJM Interview: Rosemary Sokas on the risk of heat-related illness among U.S. workers as temperatures increase.2023/10/04
    Rosemary Sokas is a professor of human science at the Georgetown School of Health and a professor of family medicine at the Georgetown School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. R.K. Sokas and E. Senay. Preventing Heat-Related Illness among Outdoor Workers — Opportunities for Clinicians and Policymakers. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1253-1256.
  36. NEJM Interview: Atheendar Venkataramani on affirmative action and how hope and opportunity can affect health and well-being.2023/09/27
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  37. NEJM Interview: Steven Woloshin on an updated U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendation regarding the starting age for mammography screening.2023/09/20
    Steven Woloshin is a professor of medicine and the director of the Center for Medicine and the Media at the Dartmouth Institute and a member of the Dartmouth Cancer Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Woloshin and Others. The New USPSTF Mammography Recommendations — A Dissenting View. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1061-1064.
  38. NEJM Interview: Erin Fuse Brown on the role of corporate-practice-of-medicine laws in a changing health care environment.2023/09/13
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  39. NEJM Interview: Salim Abdool Karim on a National Institutes of Health policy that will add new requirements for foreign subrecipients of funding.2023/09/06
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  40. NEJM Interview: Ashish Jha on an investment by the Biden administration in the development of next-generation vaccines and treatments for SARS-CoV-2.2023/08/30
    Ashish Jha is the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health and the former White House Covid-19 response coordinator. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. X. Becerra and A. Jha. Project NextGen — Defeating SARS-CoV-2 and Preparing for the Next Pandemic. N Engl J Med 2023;389:773-775.
  41. NEJM Interview: Valerie Montgomery Rice on opportunities for achieving a diverse student body and workforce after the Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action.2023/08/23
    Valerie Montgomery Rice is the President and CEO of Morehouse School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. C.W. Yancy and Others. The Supreme Court and the Importance of Diversity in Medicine. N Engl J Med 2023;389:677-679.
  42. NEJM Interview: Catherine Godfrey on addressing mental health programming gaps for people living with HIV in Africa.2023/08/16
    Catherine Godfrey is the senior technical advisor for adult treatment at the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. C. Godfrey and J. Nkengasong. Prioritizing Mental Health in the HIV/AIDS Response in Africa. N Engl J Med 2023;389:581-583.
  43. NEJM Interview: Douglas Krakower on the potential benefits associated with making preexposure prophylaxis for HIV available without a prescription.2023/08/09
    Douglas Krakower is an infectious diseases physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D. Krakower and J.L. Marcus. Free the PrEP — Over-the-Counter Access to HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis. N Engl J Med 2023;389:481-483.
  44. NEJM Interview: Adam Rodman on the potential effects of generative artificial intelligence on medical education and clinical practice.2023/08/02
    Adam Rodman is a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Cooper and A. Rodman. AI and Medical Education — A 21st-Century Pandora’s Box. N Engl J Med 2023;389:385-387.
  45. NEJM Interview: David Blumenthal on opportunities to establish a national public health reporting system.2023/07/26
    David Blumenthal is a professor of the practice of public health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D. Blumenthal and N. Lurie. A Critical Opportunity to Improve Public Health Data. N Engl J Med 2023;389:289-291.
  46. NEJM Interview: Ge Bai on whether nonprofit hospitals provide enough community benefit to justify favored tax status.2023/07/19
    Ge Bai is a professor of accounting at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and a professor of health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. G. Bai, S. Letchuman, and D.A. Hyman. Do Nonprofit Hospitals Deserve Their Tax Exemption? N Engl J Med 2023;389:196-197.
  47. NEJM Interview: David Hunter on factors that have led to breakdowns in care in the United Kingdom’s National Health Service.2023/07/12
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  48. NEJM Interview: Jean Nachega on PEPFAR’s achievements and remaining challenges in HIV prevention and treatment in sub-Saharan Africa.2023/07/05
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  49. NEJM Interview: Sam Halabi on facilitating sharing and aggregation of pathogen genomic sequence data for public health objectives.2023/06/28
    Sam Halabi is a professor of health management and policy at the Georgetown University School of Health. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Halabi and Others. Sharing Pathogen Genomic Sequence Data — Toward Effective Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness, and Response. N Engl J Med 2023;388:2401-2404.
  50. NEJM Interview: Lawrence Gostin on political and scientific controversy about the emergence of SARS-CoV-2.2023/06/21
    Lawrence Gostin is the faculty director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University Law Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. L.O. Gostin and G.K. Gronvall. The Origins of Covid-19 — Why It Matters (and Why It Doesn’t). N Engl J Med 2023;388:2305-2308.
  51. Dr. Fauci on Infectious Disease Challenges2023/06/14
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Anthony Fauci is the former U.S. Chief Medical Advisor and Director of NIAID. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Dr. Fauci on Infectious Disease Challenges. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e82.
  52. NEJM Interview: Richard Mizelle on how long-standing issues related to structural racism culminated in a state of emergency in Mississippi in 2022.2023/06/14
    Richard Mizelle is an associate professor of history at the University of Houston. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. R.M. Mizelle, Jr. A Slow-Moving Disaster — The Jackson Water Crisis and the Health Effects of Racism. N Engl J Med 2023;388:2212-2214.
  53. NEJM Interview: Clifford Rosen on gaps in the understanding of long Covid and in access to high-quality care for patients.2023/06/07
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  54. NEJM Interview: William Riley on approaches to addressing current and projected platelet shortages in the United States.2023/05/31
    William Riley is a professor of the science of health care delivery in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. W. Riley and Others. Ensuring a Reliable Platelet Supply in the United States. N Engl J Med 2023;388:2017-2019.
  55. The Lasting Effects of Covid-192023/05/24
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: The Lasting Effects of Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e76.
  56. NEJM Interview: Kimani Paul-Emile on U.S. laws aimed at protecting against discrimination in health care contexts and why such discrimination endures.2023/05/24
    Kimani Paul-Emile is a professor and associate director of the Center on Race, Law and Justice at the Fordham University School of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Paul-Emile. U.S. Law and Discrimination in Health Care. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1921-1924.
  57. NEJM Interview: Ari Ne’eman on opportunities to support access to home- and community-based services for people with disabilities.2023/05/17
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  58. Ending the Covid-19 Emergency2023/05/10
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Ending the Covid-19 Emergency. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e72.
  59. NEJM Interview: Claire Ankuda on ensuring access to high-quality and equitable care in Medicare Advantage.2023/05/10
    Claire Ankuda is an associate professor in the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. C.K. Ankuda and Others. Addressing Serious Illness Care in Medicare Advantage. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1729-1732.
  60. NEJM Interview: Carolyn Gould on overcoming challenges related to developing vaccines for preventing West Nile virus disease.2023/05/03
    Carolyn Gould is a medical officer in the Division of Vector-Borne Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. C.V. Gould and Others. Combating West Nile Virus Disease — Time to Revisit Vaccination. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1633-1636.
  61. Preparing for the Next Pandemic2023/04/26
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  62. NEJM Interview: Prof. Arti Rai on U.S. legal regimes governing access to biomedical innovation.2023/04/26
    Prof. Arti Rai is a professor and faculty director of the Center for Innovation Policy at the Duke University School of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A.K. Rai. Access to Biomedical Innovation — Inside the Legal Labyrinth. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1537-1540.
  63. NEJM Interview: Profs. Michelle Mello and Guy Palmer on wastewater surveillance during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.2023/04/19
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  64. When to Get a Second Covid-19 Booster Shot2023/04/12
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: When to Get a Second Covid-19 Booster Shot. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e64.
  65. NEJM Interview: Prof. Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler on recent court decisions related to gun possession by people subject to certain types of restraining orders.2023/04/12
    Prof. Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler is an associate professor at the Brown University School of Public Health and Warren Alpert Medical School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E. Tobin-Tyler. Courts’ Disregard for Women’s Health and Safety — Intimate Partner Violence, Firearms, and “History and Tradition”. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1345-1347.
  66. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joseph Ross on shifts in the FDA’s use of accelerated approval and associated challenges for clinicians and patients.2023/04/05
    Dr. Joseph Ross is a professor of medicine and public health at Yale University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.S. Ross, K.M. Berg, and R. Ramachandran. Ensuring Public Trust in an Empowered FDA. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1249-1251.
  67. Ending the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency2023/03/29
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Ending the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e53.
  68. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter Marks on the FDA’s experience with emergency use authorizations during the Covid-19 pandemic.2023/03/29
    Dr. Peter Marks is the director of the FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. P.W. Marks, H.D. Marston, and L.R. Baden. End of a Declared Public Health Emergency — Implications for U.S. Emergency Use Authorizations. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1153-1155.
  69. NEJM Interview: Prof. Jaime King on the functions of antitrust law and the effects of health care consolidation on prices, quality of care, and access to care.2023/03/22
    Prof. Jaime King is chair in health law and a professor of law at the University of Auckland. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.S. King. On Consolidation and Competition — The Trials and Triumphs of Health Care Antitrust Law. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1057-1060.
  70. The Future of Covid-19 Research2023/03/15
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: The Future of Covid-19 Research. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e39.
  71. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ashley Leech on the potential implications of Medicare Part D covering medications for obesity treatment.2023/03/15
    Dr. Ashley Leech is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Baig and Others. Medicare Part D Coverage of Antiobesity Medications — Challenges and Uncertainty Ahead. N Engl J Med 2023;388:961-963.
  72. NEJM Interview: Dr. Winfred W. Williams on strategies for recruiting and supporting medical students, trainees, and faculty from diverse backgrounds.2023/03/08
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  73. The Fauci Phenomenon2023/03/08
    In this episode of “Intention to Treat,” some of the people who have worked closely with “America’s Doctor,” Anthony Fauci, offer insights into his character, values, accomplishments, and adventures over his decades of service at the NIH. . The Fauci Phenomenon. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e28.
  74. The Path Forward for Covid-19 Therapeutics2023/03/01
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: The Path Forward for Covid-19 Therapeutics. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e36.
  75. NEJM Interview: Jeremiah Johnson on a proposed program to increase uptake of HIV preexposure prophylaxis and address disparities in access.2023/03/01
    Jeremiah Johnson is the acting executive director of PrEP4All. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J. Johnson, A. Killelea, and K. Farrow. Investing in National HIV PrEP Preparedness. N Engl J Med 2023;388:769-771.
  76. NEJM Interview: Prof. Zack Buck on U.S. laws governing health care fraud and abuse and financial conflicts of interest.2023/02/22
    Zack Buck is an associate professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. Z. Buck. Fraud, Abuse, and Financial Conflicts of Interest. N Engl J Med 2023;388:673-676.
  77. What to Expect from Covid-19 Vaccines2023/02/15
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  78. NEJM Interview: Dr. Konstantin Chumakov on current polio-immunization strategies and future directions for eradication efforts.2023/02/15
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  79. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ameet Sarpatwari on a legal case that could affect market entry of generic and biosimilar drugs.2023/02/08
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  80. Updating and Standardizing Covid-19 Vaccines2023/02/01
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Updating and Standardizing Covid-19 Vaccines. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e21.
  81. NEJM Interview: Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr on navigating the current moment in the Covid-19 pandemic and learning lessons from past successes and missteps.2023/02/01
    Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr is the director of ICAP at Columbia University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. W.M. El-Sadr, A. Vasan, and A. El-Mohandes. Facing the New Covid-19 Reality. N Engl J Med 2023;388:385-387.
  82. NEJM Interview: Prof. Kimberly Mutcherson on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision and states’ power to determine when life begins.2023/01/25
    Prof. Kimberly Mutcherson is co-dean and a professor of law at Rutgers Law School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. K. Mutcherson. Regulating Reproductive Medicine in a World without Roe. N Engl J Med 2023;388:289-292.
  83. Weighing the Protective Value of Covid-19 Infection2023/01/18
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Weighing the Protective Value of Covid-19 Infection. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e13.
  84. NEJM Interview: Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad on the association between social connection and health.2023/01/18
    Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J. Holt-Lunstad and C. Perissinotto. Social Isolation and Loneliness as Medical Issues. N Engl J Med 2023;388:193-195.
  85. Covid-19 Vaccines and New Viral Variants2023/01/11
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Covid-19 Vaccines and New Viral Variants. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e8.
  86. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Ansell and Redia Holman on an approach for health care institutions to build community health and wealth.2023/01/11
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  87. The Expanding Arsenal of Oral Agents to Treat Covid-192023/01/04
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: The Expanding Arsenal of Oral Agents to Treat Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e7.
  88. NEJM Interview: Prof. Michelle Mello on Braidwood Management Inc. v. Becerra and its potential implications.2023/01/04
    Prof. Michelle Mello is a professor of law and of health policy at Stanford University. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. M.M. Mello and A.J. O’Connell. The Fresh Assault on Insurance Coverage Mandates. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1-3.
  89. NEJM Interview: Dr. Armand Sprecher on the importance of mutual understanding in outbreak control, focusing on a recent outbreak of Sudan virus disease.2022/12/28
    Dr. Armand Sprecher is a public health specialist at Médecins Sans Frontières. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Sprecher. Understanding the Key to Outbreak Control — Sudan Virus Disease in Uganda. N Engl J Med 2022;387:2393-2395.
  90. Potential Covid Vaccine Strategies2022/12/21
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Potential Covid Vaccine Strategies. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e75.
  91. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sabrina Corlette on the history of the U.S. health insurance system and persistent coverage and affordability challenges.2022/12/21
    Prof. Sabrina Corlette is a research professor and codirector of the Center on Health Insurance Reforms at the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Corlette and C.H. Monahan. U.S. Health Insurance Coverage and Financing. N Engl J Med 2022;387:2297-2300.
  92. Applying New Studies of Mpox and Ebola to Covid-192022/12/14
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Applying New Studies of Mpox and Ebola to Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e74.
  93. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Blumenthal on a new federal rule that requires health care providers and other entities to share patient information.2022/12/14
    Dr. David Blumenthal is the president of the Commonwealth Fund and a member of the Journal’s Editorial Board. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D. Blumenthal. A Step toward Interoperability of Health IT. N Engl J Med 2022;387:2201-2203.
  94. Covid-19 and Health Equity2022/12/07
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis is Director of the Department of Health of the City of St. Louis. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Covid-19 and Health Equity. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e73.
  95. NEJM Interview: Robert Shireman on policy changes allowing accreditation of for-profit medical schools in the United States2022/12/07
    Robert Shireman is the director of higher education excellence and a senior fellow at The Century Foundation Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. R. Shireman. For-Profit Medical Schools — Concerns about Quality and Oversight. N Engl J Med 2022;387:2105-2107.
  96. Five Disease Outbreaks beyond Covid-192022/11/30
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Five Disease Outbreaks beyond Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e68.
  97. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the evolution of the field of infectious diseases during his tenure at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.2022/11/30
    Dr. Anthony Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A.S. Fauci. It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over … but It’s Never Over — Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases. N Engl J Med 2022;387:2009-2011.
  98. Making Choices about Covid-192022/11/23
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Making Choices about Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e64.
  99. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sharona Hoffman on laws protecting patients’ health information.2022/11/23
    Prof. Sharona Hoffman is a professor and codirector of the Law-Medicine Center at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Hoffman. Privacy and Security — Protecting Patients’ Health Information. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1913-1916.
  100. The FDA and Covid-19 Vaccines2022/11/16
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Peter Marks is the director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research at the Food and Drug Administration. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: The FDA and Covid-19 Vaccines. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e60.
  101. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ateev Mehrotra on federal pandemic-era telemedicine policies and research that could help inform permanent regulations.2022/11/16
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  102. Masking and Covid-192022/11/09
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Masking and Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e56.
  103. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mark Pallansch on an outbreak of imported poliovirus in the United States.2022/11/09
    Dr. Mark Pallansch is the retired director of the Division of Viral Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. M.A. Pallansch. Circulating Poliovirus in New York — New Instance of an Old Problem. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1725-1728.
  104. Caring for Hospitalized Patients with Covid-192022/11/02
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Corey Hardin is a pulmonary and critical care physician at MGH and Deputy Editor of NEJM Evidence. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin and Others. Audio Interview: Caring for Hospitalized Patients with Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e51.
  105. NEJM Interview: Dr. Srijan Sen on the current emphasis on distinguishing burnout from depression and possible unintended consequences for physician well-being.2022/11/02
    Dr. Srijan Sen is the director of the Depression Center and a professor of depression and neurosciences at the University of Michigan. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Sen. Is It Burnout or Depression? Expanding Efforts to Improve Physician Well-Being. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1629-1630.
  106. Assessing the Effect of Vaccination and Prior SARS-CoV-2 Infection2022/10/26
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Assessing the Effect of Vaccination and Prior SARS-CoV-2 Infection. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e50.
  107. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Studdert on the U.S. malpractice system and its effects on medical decision making.2022/10/26
    Dr. David Studdert is a professor of health policy at the Stanford University School of Medicine and a professor at Stanford Law School. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. D.M. Studdert and M.A. Hall. Medical Malpractice Law — Doctrine and Dynamics. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1533-1537.
  108. Covid-19: Where Are We Heading?2022/10/19
    Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Covid-19: Where Are We Heading? N Engl J Med 2022;387:e47.
  109. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stacie Dusetzina on the potential effects of new legislation on spending on prescription drugs.2022/10/19
    Stacie Dusetzina is an associate professor of health policy and of cancer research at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S.B. Dusetzina and H.A. Huskamp. Impending Relief for Medicare Beneficiaries — The Inflation Reduction Act. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1437-1439.
  110. Developing New Covid-19 Vaccines2022/10/12
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  111. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rahul Gupta on strategies for promoting use of medication for opioid use disorder.2022/10/12
  112. Infectious Disease in Africa2022/10/05
  113. NEJM Interview: Prof. Michael Ulrich on the Supreme Court’s decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen and its implications for public health.2022/10/05
  114. Assessing Bivalent Vaccines against Covid-192022/09/28
  115. NEJM Interview: Dr. James Garbarino on the effects of exposure to gun violence on child and adolescent development.2022/09/28
  116. Can Vaccines Prevent Transmission of Covid-19?2022/09/21
  117. NEJM Interview: Prof. Nathan Cortez on legal and regulatory systems designed to prevent avoidable medical errors in the United States.2022/09/21
  118. Developing Mucosal Immunity to Covid-192022/09/14
  119. NEJM Interview: Dr. Sonja Rasmussen on protecting pregnant people and babies from climate-change–related harm.2022/09/14
  120. Rolling Out New Covid-19 Vaccines2022/09/07
  121. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on the conflict between EMTALA and restrictive state abortion laws.2022/09/07
  122. Covid-19 and the WHO2022/08/31
  123. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Perakslis on cybersecurity threats to patients and health care systems. 2022/08/31
  124. Choosing an Antiviral to Treat Covid-192022/08/24
  125. NEJM Interview: Dr. Arthur Derse on the duties that physicians owe their patients and challenges to the physician–patient relationship.2022/08/24
  126. Responding to Monkeypox2022/08/17
  127. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vivek Murthy on approaches to supporting well-being among health workers.2022/08/17
  128. Combating Covid-19 Today and Tomorrow2022/08/10
  129. NEJM Interview: Prof. Timothy Jost on litigation challenging the consideration of race and ethnicity in the allocation of scarce Covid-19 treatments.2022/08/10
  130. Updated Covid-19 Vaccines and a Look at Monkeypox2022/08/03
  131. Reinventing the Research Infrastructure to Address Covid-192022/07/27
  132. NEJM Interview: Prof. Erin Fuse Brown on the history of health law in the United States and potential future directions for the field.2022/07/27
  133. A Look at the U.S. Government’s Covid-19 Strategy2022/07/20
  134. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vinay Rathi on the medical device user-fee program and strategies for supporting device safety and innovation.2022/07/20
  135. Covid-19 Vaccines and the FDA2022/07/13
  136. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rishi Wadhera on the inequitable effects of value-based payment programs and a new model meant to respond to equity concerns.2022/07/13
  137. Designing the Next Covid-19 Vaccine2022/07/06
  138. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Baron on the role of certifying boards in addressing the problem of false information on social media.2022/07/06
  139. How Effective is Covid-19 Vaccination in Children?2022/06/29
  140. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ankur Pandya on rigorously assessing the costs and benefits of various policy options for combating Covid-19.2022/06/29
  141. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lauren Thaxton on the adverse effects on patients, physicians, and trainees of the new Texas abortion law.2022/06/21
  142. Vaccinating Young Children against Covid-192022/06/22
  143. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ismail Jatoi on factors that have contributed to higher breast-cancer mortality among Black women than White women in the United States.2022/06/22
  144. Viral Evolution and the Future of Monoclonal Antibodies2022/06/15
  145. NEJM Interview: Prof. Lisa Heinzerling on West Virginia v. EPA and how the Supreme Court evaluates environmental and public health actions by federal agencies.2022/06/15
  146. Protecting the Immunocompromised from Covid-192022/06/08
  147. NEJM Interview: Dr. Leemore Dafny on a new approach for bringing down insulin prices in the United States.2022/06/08
  148. Dissecting the Host Response to SARS-CoV-22022/06/01
  149. Waning Immunity against Covid-192022/05/25
  150. NEJM Interview: Dr. Elizabeth Samuels on overdose-prevention centers and federal policy.2022/05/25
  151. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Pierson on the implications of recent efforts to transplant pig organs into humans.2022/05/18
  152. Audio of Perspective Roundtable on Long-Term Care in the United States2022/05/13
  153. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Harris on preparing for the effects on patients and trainees of the likely overturning of Roe v. Wade.2022/05/10
  154. Forecasting the Future of Covid2022/05/11
  155. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on health care successes and struggles under the Biden administration.2022/05/11
  156. Do We Need New Covid-19 Vaccines?2022/05/04
  157. NEJM Interview: Kushal Kadakia on the 21st Century Cures Act, Cures 2.0, and lessons from Covid-19 for medical product development.2022/05/04
  158. Communicating Covid-19 Science2022/04/27
  159. NEJM Interview: Dr. Abigail Friedman on policy approaches to combating adolescent vaping and helping adult smokers quit.2022/04/27
  160. The Effects of Covid-19 on Children2022/04/20
  161. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lois Lee on reductions in deaths from motor vehicle crashes among children and young adults and increases in firearm-related deaths.2022/04/20
  162. Do the Tobacco Wars Offer Any Lessons for the Vaccine Wars?2022/04/13
  163. NEJM Interview: Dr. Hilary Seligman on reforming the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program to reduce food insecurity in the United States.2022/04/13
  164. Do We Need a Fourth Dose of Covid Vaccine?2022/04/06
  165. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vikas Saini on the Choosing Wisely campaign and approaches for addressing low-value care.2022/04/06
  166. Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccination in Children2022/03/30
  167. NEJM Interview: Prof. Christopher Robertson on the outcomes and implications of cases in which patients sued hospitals for access to ivermectin.2022/03/30
  168. Covid-19 — Why We Publish What We Do2022/03/23
  169. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jorge Rodriguez on new U.S. legislation and the role of health care organizations in addressing digital divides.2022/03/23
  170. Can We Make More Effective Covid-19 Vaccines?2022/03/16
  171. NEJM Interview: Dr. Melissa Wachterman on cultural factors and financial incentives driving where people in the United States choose to die.2022/03/16
  172. Making Covid-19 Vaccines Available around the World2022/03/09
  173. NEJM Interview: Prof. Rachel Sachs on the balance between safeguarding access to high-quality care and constraining drug spending.2022/03/09
  174. Using Our Covid-19 Experience to Develop Vaccines More Quickly2022/03/02
  175. NEJM Interview: Prof. Michelle Mello on individual rights and state and federal powers to regulate health matters in the United States.2022/03/02
  176. Understanding the Omicron Variant of SARS-CoV-22022/02/23
  177. NEJM Interview: Prof. Patricia Zettler on conflicts between state and federal law and access to mifepristone.2022/02/23
  178. A New Antiviral against Covid-192022/02/16
  179. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lee Fleisher on building a resilient health care delivery system that can maintain high safety levels in times of crisis.2022/02/16
  180. Covid-19 as an Endemic Disease2022/02/09
  181. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joseph Graves, Jr. on socially defined races, human biologic variation, and disease.2022/02/09
  182. Studying Long Covid2022/02/02
  183. NEJM Interview: Dr. Tiffany Green on how economics can help guide public health policy.2022/02/02
  184. Addressing the Omicron Variant of SARS-CoV-22022/01/26
  185. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Morens on the need for developing broadly protective coronavirus vaccines.2022/01/26
  186. Crushing the Covid-19 Curve2022/01/19
  187. NEJM Interview: Dr. L. Ebony Boulware on the importance of racial and ethnic diversification and increased focus on equity in clinical and translational research.2022/01/19
  188. Covid-19 Takeaways at Podcast 1002022/01/12
  189. NEJM Interview: Dr. Debra Weinstein on the pandemic’s effects on graduate medical education and what we can learn from them.2022/01/12
  190. Covid-19 — The Outlook in Europe2022/01/05
  191. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joshua Sharfstein on the haphazard organization of U.S. public health at the local, state, and federal levels.2022/01/05
  192. Covid-19 Vaccination and the Omicron Variant2021/12/29
  193. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jennifer Lucero on aversive racism as a contributor to structural racism in academic medicine.2021/12/29
  194. A Potential New Agent to Treat Covid-192021/12/22
  195. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nicole Redvers on Covid-19 vaccination efforts in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.2021/12/22
  196. How Much Protection Does Prior SARS-CoV-2 Infection Provide?2021/12/15
  197. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jacob Bor on barriers to disseminating information about HIV treatment as a strategy for preventing virus transmission.2021/12/15
  198. Waning Immunity against SARS-CoV-22021/12/08
  199. NEJM Interview: Dr. Janine Knudsen on the experience of safety-net health systems during the Covid-19 pandemic and supporting them moving forward.2021/12/08
  200. The Omicron Variant of SARS-CoV-22021/12/01
  201. NEJM Interview: Dr. Colleen Barry on using public policy to improve population health.2021/12/01
  202. What’s Gone Right in Our Battle against Covid-192021/11/24
  203. NEJM Interview: Dr. James Robinson on the aducanumab experience and the structural factors responsible for high drug prices in the United States.2021/11/24
  204. The Legal Basis for Covid-19 Restrictions and Mandates2021/11/17
  205. The Legal Basis for Covid-19 Restrictions and Mandates2021/11/17
  206. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rena Conti on strategies for regulating drug prices while promoting the development of new pharmaceuticals.2021/11/17
  207. Covid-19 in Brazil and New Evidence for Vaccinating Younger Children2021/11/10
  208. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Baker on a short-lived 1921 law that supported U.S. women and children.2021/11/10
  209. Do We Have the Tools to End the Covid-19 Pandemic?2021/11/03
  210. NEJM Interview: Dr. Elena Fuentes-Afflick on how focusing on the health and needs of subpopulations can advance population health.2021/11/03
  211. A New Monoclonal Antibody for Covid-19 and Potential Vaccination for Children2021/10/27
  212. NEJM Interview: Dr. Marshall Chin on gaps and inequities in the health care system’s approach to managing chronic diseases.2021/10/27
  213. A New Look at Covid-19 Vaccine Boosters2021/10/20
  214. NEJM Interview: Dr. Sasha Mallett on parenting during the Covid-19 pandemic as a person at high risk for infection and related harm.2021/10/20
  215. Reporting on Covid-192021/10/13
  216. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on a law that allows members of the public to file suit to stop abortions in Texas.2021/10/13
  217. Are Covid-19 Vaccine Boosters Necessary?2021/10/06
  218. NEJM Interview: Dr. Miguel Hernán on the use of observational data to inform public health and clinical care decisions.2021/10/06
  219. Covid-19 and the Media2021/09/29
  220. NEJM Interview: Jessica Leston on challenges facing the system that provides health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives.2021/09/29
  221. Vaccine Efficacy and Boosters in Covid-192021/09/22
  222. NEJM Interview: Prof. Michelle Mello on legal cases related to Covid-19 emergency orders and the future of public health law.2021/09/22
  223. Audio of Perspective Roundtable on Race in Medicine2021/09/29
  224. New Evidence on SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Boosters2021/09/15
  225. NEJM Interview: Prof. Erin Fuse Brown on lessons from U.S. states that have enacted public option health plans2021/09/15
  226. Protecting against Severe Disease and Transmission2021/09/08
  227. NEJM Interview: Dr. Garth Rapeport on the development and implementation of a SARS-CoV-2 human challenge research program.2021/09/08
  228. A New Round of Rising Covid-19 Numbers2021/09/01
  229. NEJM Interview: Dr. Octavio Gómez-Dantés on translating the concept of human rights into health benefits for populations.2021/09/01
  230. Assessing Vaccine Safety2021/08/25
  231. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gil Rabinovici on the FDA’s controversial approval of a new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.2021/08/25
  232. Aspects of Covid-19 Immunity2021/08/18
  233. NEJM Interview: Prof. Nicholas Bagley on the Supreme Court’s decision in California v. Texas2021/08/18
  234. Monoclonal Antibodies and Booster Shots2021/08/11
  235. NEJM Interview: Dr. Steven Phillips on questions and concerns about ongoing symptoms related to Covid-19 in many patients.2021/08/11
  236. Looking Back and Looking Forward — Part 22021/08/04
  237. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Hunter on the complementary approaches and achievements of public health and clinical medicine.2021/08/04
  238. Looking Back and Looking Forward — Part 12021/07/28
  239. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nathaniel Morris on the role of clinicians in programs that provide alternatives to incarceration.2021/07/28
  240. The Impact of Covid-19 on Trainees and Junior Faculty2021/07/21
  241. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lucy Marcil on the role of medical–financial partnerships in promoting individual and community health.2021/07/21
  242. Monoclonal Antibodies and Vaccine Boosts2021/07/14
  243. NEJM Interview: Dr. Suerie Moon on ways of making pandemic vaccines available to all, now and in the future.2021/07/14
  244. How Well Are Covid-19 Vaccines Working?2021/07/07
  245. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michele Andrasik on promoting Covid-19 vaccine access and uptake by building relationships.2021/07/07
  246. Another New Covid-19 Vaccine2021/06/30
  247. NEJM Interview: Dr. J. Michael McGinnis on supporting the evolution of a learning health system.2021/06/30
  248. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on policy and operational challenges related to advancing the Medicaid program.2021/06/23
  249. Covid-19 in Children2021/06/16
  250. NEJM Interview: Dr. Reshma Jagsi on the effects of Covid-19 on women in academic medicine and opportunities for promoting equity.2021/06/16
  251. Treating Complications of Covid Vaccination2021/06/09
  252. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anita Allen on progress in protecting health information privacy and the current direction of regulatory momentum.2021/06/09
  253. Vaccinating Children2021/06/02
  254. NEJM Interview: Dr. Cynthia Stuenkel on medical and policy progress and continued challenges in the field of women’s health.2021/06/02
  255. Protecting the Immunosuppressed against Covid-192021/05/26
  256. NEJM Interview: Prof. Scott Burris on the importance of studying the health effects of laws, including laws related to Covid-19.2021/05/26
  257. Vaccination in Nursing Homes and New Pulmonary/Critical Care Research2021/05/19
  258. NEJM Interview: Dr. Theresa Williamson on strategies for reducing the burden of the minority tax in academic medicine.2021/05/19
  259. Vaccination and Variants in the U.S. and South Africa2021/05/12
  260. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kimberly Sue on federal health policy surrounding harm-reduction approaches to substance use.2021/05/12
  261. India’s Covid-19 Crisis2021/05/05
  262. NEJM Interview: Dr. N. Ewen Wang on threats to the health and well-being of immigrant children.2021/05/04
  263. Advice for Clinicians on Covid-19 Vaccines and Social Restrictions2021/04/28
  264. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joel Negin on the anniversary of sweeping firearm-injury prevention efforts in Australia and lessons for the rest of the world.2021/04/28
  265. Covid-19 Vaccines and Pregnancy — A Conversation with CDC Director Rochelle Walensky2021/04/21
  266. NEJM Interview: Dr. Neil Aggarwal on strategies for enhancing the effectiveness of the Biden administration’s equity agenda.2021/04/21
  267. Vaccine Successes and Vaccine Adverse Events2021/04/14
  268. NEJM Interview: Dr. Andrew Ryan on new legislation to prevent patients from receiving large and unexpected medical bills.2021/04/14
  269. Antibody Responses to Natural Infection and Vaccination2021/04/07
  270. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ingrid Katz on promotion and acceleration of global access to Covid-19 vaccines.2021/04/07
  271. Delivering Covid-19 Vaccines to Minority Communities2021/03/31
  272. NEJM Interview: Dr. Christopher Elias on progress in containing infectious diseases and steps for preventing and countering new threats.2021/03/31
  273. What Earlier Epidemics Teach Us about Covid-192021/03/24
  274. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paul Offit on how more than two centuries of vaccine advances have paved the way for Covid-19 vaccines.2021/03/24
  275. Efficacy of Current Covid-19 Vaccines against Variant Viruses2021/03/17
  276. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jane Zhu on the growth of private-equity investment in medical practices.2021/03/17
  277. The Implications of Changes in the Structural Biology of SARS-CoV-22021/03/10
  278. NEJM Interview: Dr. Suchita Rastogi on undertaking medical training as a student with a chronic illness.2021/03/10
  279. A New SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine and a New Look at Treatment2021/03/03
  280. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gary Gibbons on progress in understanding, preventing, and treating atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.2021/03/03
  281. The Real-World Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccination2021/02/24
  282. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Lee on the work that health care organizations will need to take on to ensure effective delivery of Covid-19 vaccines.2021/02/24
  283. Viral Variants and Covid-192021/02/17
  284. NEJM Interview: Dr. Perri Klass on vaccinating children against Covid-19, including lessons from measles vaccination campaigns.2021/02/17
  285. Does Vaccination Mean the End of Masking and Social Distancing?2021/02/10
  286. NEJM Interview: Dr. William Feldman on a new federal price-transparency rule and legal challenges to efforts to increase access to pricing information.2021/02/10
  287. Covid-19 and the States — A Conversation with Ralph Northam2021/02/03
  288. NEJM Interview: Dr. Julie Gerberding on the past half-century of vaccine development and policy.2021/02/03
  289. A Covid-19 Conversation with Anthony Fauci2021/01/27
  290. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Incze on building multidisciplinary care teams for endocarditis and reducing stigma related to substance use.2021/01/27
  291. An International Look at Covid-192021/01/20
  292. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pardis Sabeti on the importance of testing during an epidemic and why testing approaches in the United States have fallen short.2021/01/20
  293. Covid-19 in South Africa and a New SARS-CoV-2 Variant2021/01/13
  294. NEJM Interview: Corey Davis on the recent federal settlement with Purdue Pharma over its actions to increase prescriptions of its opioid medications.2021/01/13
  295. Planning for the SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Rollout2021/01/06
  296. NEJM Interview: Dr. Charles Rotimi on advances in human molecular genetics and genomics.2021/01/06
  297. A Look at Covid-19 Prevention and Care in 20202020/12/30
  298. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paula Chatterjee on the role of safety-net hospitals and the challenges associated with defining these facilities.2020/12/30
  299. NEJM Interview: Dr. Raphael Rush on consent and the gift that patients give when they allow trainees to learn on their bodies.2020/12/23
  300. Covid-19 Vaccine Fundamentals2020/12/16
  301. NEJM Interview: Dr. Daphna Stroumsa on transgender rights, including coverage of gender-affirming health care.2020/12/16
  302. SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination and Vulnerable Populations2020/12/09
  303. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jay Hoofnagle on the discovery of hepatitis C and progress in preventing and treating chronic infection.2020/12/09
  304. Caring for Hospitalized Patients with Covid-192020/12/02
  305. NEJM Interview: Dr. Shiriki Kumanyika on U.S. and global strategies for addressing obesity and related health threats.2020/12/02
  306. New Studies of Covid-19 Transmission2020/11/25
  307. NEJM Interview: Dr. Sonja Rasmussen on guidance related to pursuing or delaying pregnancy during a public health emergency.2020/11/25
  308. Covid-19 in Europe and New Information on Vaccines2020/11/18
  309. NEJM Interview: Dr. Elizabeth Rourke on practicing primary care over the Internet during the Covid-19 pandemic.2020/11/18
  310. An Update from Operation Warp Speed2020/11/11
  311. NEJM Interview: Dr. Holly Taylor on the ethical issues involved in conducting Covid-19 vaccine research in correctional facilities.2020/11/11
  312. What the U.S. Response to Covid-19 Looks Like Today2020/11/04
  313. NEJM Interview: Dr. Linda McCauley on historical and current concerns related to the health of U.S. veterans.2020/11/04
  314. A New Monoclonal Antibody for Covid-192020/10/28
  315. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jason Schwartz on processes for determining the safety and efficacy of Covid-19 vaccine candidates and for distributing vaccines.2020/10/28
  316. Tocilizumab and Covid-192020/10/21
  317. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on health reform and the 2020 elections.2020/10/21
  318. Vaccinology and Covid-192020/10/14
  319. NEJM Interview: Drs. Sherry Glied and Mark Pauly on what U.S. health policy could look like in the coming years under a Biden or a Trump administration.2020/10/14
  320. Covid-19 and the President2020/10/07
  321. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Chernew on the role of markets in improving the efficiency of health care delivery.2020/10/07
  322. Covid-19 Testing and the Individual Physician2020/09/30
  323. NEJM Interview: Dr. Linda Fried on advances in research on aging and ongoing efforts to provide older Americans with high-quality prevention and care.2020/09/30
  324. Eight Months of Action and Inaction against Covid-192020/09/23
  325. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on empathy, transparency, and global disease outbreaks2020/09/23
  326. NEJM Interview: Dr. Matthew Fiedler on disagreement about the role of government in health insurance and health care in the United States.2020/09/23
  327. Operation Warp Speed and Covid-19 Therapeutics2020/09/16
  328. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Greene on considerations regarding the consent process for procedures performed by medical students and residents.2020/09/16
  329. Guidelines for Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment2020/09/09
  330. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michele Evans on the role that public policies have played in exacerbating health inequities in the United States.2020/09/09
  331. Understanding Antibody Testing in Covid-192020/09/02
  332. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Schilsky on milestones in the prevention and treatment of cancer in the United States.2020/09/02
  333. Operation Warp Speed and Covid-192020/08/26
  334. NEJM Interview: Dr. Elizabeth McGlynn on why efforts to improve health care quality have often been unsuccessful and where we can go from here2020/08/26
  335. Covid-19 and Contact Tracing2020/08/19
  336. NEJM Interview: Dr. Justin Berk on starting patients recently released from incarceration on treatment for opioid use disorder.2020/08/19
  337. Building a Successful Public Health Response to Covid-192020/08/12
  338. NEJM Interview: Dr. Katherine Baicker on assessments of health care spending in the United States and moving toward higher-value use of resources.2020/08/12
  339. The Impact of Covid-19 on Patients with Other Diseases, with Arnold Epstein2020/08/05
  340. NEJM Interview: Dr. Donald Berwick on the history and challenges of measuring and improving health care quality in the United States.2020/08/05
  341. New SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Results, with Peter Piot2020/07/29
  342. How Policy Shapes Health Care2020/07/29
  343. Dexamethasone and Covid-192020/07/22
  344. NEJM Interview: Dr. Caroline Buckee on the uses — and limitations — of epidemiologic modeling to predict the spread of Covid-19.2020/07/22
  345. Covid-19 Vaccine Development2020/07/15
  346. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michelle Morse on how academic medical centers can engage with social movements to confront inequities in health care practices.2020/07/15
  347. Acute Lung Injury in Covid-192020/07/08
  348. NEJM Interview: Dr. Martin Roland on opportunities for using socially oriented interventions when illnesses are influenced by social circumstances.2020/07/08
  349. A Covid-19–Related Syndrome in Children2020/07/01
  350. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on progress made during the past four decades of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and ongoing efforts to end this threat.2020/07/01
  351. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on the challenges of safe reopening2020/06/24
  352. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pamela Hartzband on lessons from organizational psychology for ameliorating physician burnout.2020/06/24
  353. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on a look at SARS-CoV-2 transmission2020/06/17
  354. NEJM Interview: Dr. Debra Weinstein on the announcement that scores for Step 1 of the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination will be reported as pass or fail.2020/06/17
  355. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin, Dr. Lindsey Baden, and Dr. Michele Evans on the impact of Covid-19 on minority communities2020/06/10
  356. NEJM Interview: Dr. Benjamin Sommers on increased pressure on state Medicaid programs caused by Covid-19 and policies for strengthening Medicaid.2020/06/10
  357. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on diagnosis and early treatment of Covid-192020/06/03
  358. NEJM Interview: Dr. Erin Fraher on opportunities for expanding health workforce capacity during the Covid-19 pandemic.2020/06/03
  359. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on new data on remdesivir in Covid-192020/05/27
  360. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Rosenbaum on how health care workers have responded to the challenges of caring for patients during the Covid-19 pandemic.2020/05/27
  361. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on capitalizing on immune responses to Covid-192020/05/20
  362. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nicole Lurie on rapid vaccine development, including new tools to facilitate vaccine testing and manufacturing and persistent challenges.2020/05/20
  363. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on finding reliable information about Covid-192020/05/13
  364. NEJM Interview: Dr. Marco Vergano on caring for critically ill patients with Covid-19 and resource allocation in the ICU.2020/05/13
  365. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on studying potential Covid-19 therapies2020/05/06
  366. NEJM Interview: Prof. Rachel Sachs on the Trump administration’s proposal to allow states to develop programs to import prescription drugs from Canada.2020/05/06
  367. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on Loosening Covid-19 Restrictions2020/04/29
  368. NEJM Interview: Dr. Judd Hollander on how health systems can use telemedicine services during the Covid-19 pandemic.2020/04/29
  369. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on approaches to Covid-19 vaccines and antivirals.2020/04/22
  370. NEJM Interview: Dr. William Shrank on the management of clinical and social risk factors in quality-assessment and payment programs.2020/04/22
  371. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on caring for patients with Covid-19.2020/04/15
  372. NEJM Interview: Dr. Amy Finkelstein on the use of evidence from randomized, controlled trials to answer questions about health care policy.2020/04/15
  373. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on emerging tools in the fight against Covid-19.2020/04/08
  374. NEJM Interview: Prof. Michelle Mello on health professionals’ moral duty to intervene in response to sexual harassment and gender bias.2020/04/08
  375. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on lessons from Covid-19 hotspots.2020/04/01
  376. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nora Volkow on stigma against people who use drugs and its effects on care delivery and the burden of substance use disorders.2020/04/01
  377. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on practical measures to help prevent Covid-19.2020/03/25
  378. NEJM Interview: Prof. Erin Fuse Brown on Congress’s failure to address surprise medical bills in 2019 and renewed efforts in 2020.2020/03/25
  379. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on new research on possible treatments for Covid-19.2020/03/18
  380. NEJM Interview: Dr. William Haseltine on lessons from Egypt’s screening for hepatitis C in the context of its universal disease screening and treatment program.2020/03/18
  381. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on making decisions about Covid-19 testing and treatment for your patients.2020/03/11
  382. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mariana Socal on draft guidance from the FDA aimed at promoting competition in the insulin market.2020/03/11
  383. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on what clinicians need to know in diagnosing and treating Covid-19.2020/03/04
  384. NEJM Interview: Roosa Tikkanen on patterns of social spending in the United States and other high-income countries.2020/03/04
  385. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on preparing for the spread of Covid-19.2020/02/26
  386. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mark Travassos on preventing the spread of influenza among detained migrants and asylum seekers.2020/02/26
  387. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Christiani on the epidemic of vaping by young people and related severe lung injuries.2020/02/19
  388. NEJM Interview February 14, 2020: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on SARS-CoV-2 and Covid-19: redefining the disease.2020/02/14
  389. NEJM Interview February 7, 2020: Dr. Eric Rubin and Dr. Lindsey Baden on what physicians need to know about the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak.2020/02/14
  390. NEJM Interview: Dr. Bianca Frogner on scope-of-practice regulations and how they can be redesigned to better serve the needs of patients.2020/02/12
  391. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joshua Mezrich on the dead-donor rule and how it affects donation of organs in the United States and Canada.2020/02/05
  392. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ruma Rajbhandari on the need for increased investment in district hospitals in low- and lower-middle-income countries.2020/01/29
  393. NEJM Interview: Dr. Karthik Sivashanker on leveraging models from patient-safety efforts to increase equity.2020/01/22
  394. NEJM Interview: Dr. Dominique Béhague on therapeutic strategies that rely on bidirectional critical analysis and learning.2020/01/15
  395. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Cutler on the debate over Medicare for All and other proposals for reforming the U.S. health care system.2020/01/08
  396. NEJM Interview: Drs. James Shultz and Krista Nottage on climate-change–driven storms and their disproportionate effects on marginalized populations.2020/01/01
  397. NEJM Interview: Dr. Dhruv Kazi on a new California law aimed at increasing use of preexposure prophylaxis by people at heightened risk for acquiring HIV infection2019/12/25
  398. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michele Friedner on how the concept of normality affects health care decisions.2019/12/18
  399. NEJM Interview: Dr. Adewole Adamson on the role of machine learning in cancer diagnosis.2019/12/11
  400. NEJM Interview: Dr. Goudarz Molaei on range expansion of the lone star tick and other tick species and implications for human health.2019/12/04
  401. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter J. Campbell on genome sequencing in cancer.2019/11/27
  402. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on legislation aimed at reducing spending on prescription drugs.2019/11/27
  403. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ippolytos Kalofonos on the gatekeeper role played by U.S. physicians in facilitating vulnerable patients’ access to disability benefits.2019/11/20
  404. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kevin De Cock on the research and public health benefits of autopsies and other forms of postmortem investigation.2019/11/13
  405. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Fralick on contributors — and proposed solutions — to high insulin prices in the United States.2019/11/06
  406. NEJM Interview: Dr. Caleb Gardner on the limitations of an increasing focus on biologic knowledge in psychiatry.2019/10/30
  407. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lakshmi Ganapathi on threats to medical deferred action.2019/10/23
  408. NEJM Interview: Dr. Yogesh Jain on the production of medical evidence that can benefit people in lower-resource settings.2019/10/16
  409. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stacie Dusetzina on three proposals for redesigning the Medicare Part D prescription-drug benefit.2019/10/09
  410. NEJM Interview: Prof. Tara Sklar on recent state laws creating prescription-drug affordability boards.2019/10/02
  411. NEJM Interview: Dr. Benard Dreyer on government policies and actions that build on a legacy of antiimmigrant sentiment in the United States.2019/09/25
  412. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Aronowitz on how the largely social processes by which we identify diseases can transform diseases themselves.2019/09/18
  413. NEJM Interview: Dr. Debra Weinstein on policies related to parenting during medical training that could be implemented at the national, institutional, and program levels.2019/09/11
  414. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ida Sim on mobile devices and health.2019/09/04
  415. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Baden on deaths of women due to complications from illegal abortion attempts.2019/09/04
  416. NEJM Interview: Dr. Catherine Lucey on the identification and treatment of opioid use disorder in medical students.2019/08/28
  417. NEJM Interview: Dr. Renee Salas on the effects of climate change on human health and health systems.2019/08/21
  418. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kelly Knight on reproductive injustice and actions clinicians can take to prevent disparities in reproductive health outcomes2019/08/14
  419. NEJM Interview: Elizabeth Nash on state-level abortion restrictions, including recent efforts that directly challenge Roe v. Wade.2019/08/07
  420. NEJM Interview: Dr. Katherine A. High on gene therapy for genetic disease.2019/07/31
  421. NEJM Interview: Dr. Deborah Anderson on the potential for new contraceptive methods to ease problems associated with population growth.2019/07/31
  422. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pieter Cohen on the legal status of cannabidiol and an opportunity to strengthen the FDA’s approach to safety requirements for new dietary ingredients.2019/07/24
  423. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anita Berlin on the relationship between the state and medical care and maintaining the integrity of the medical code of ethics.2019/07/17
  424. NEJM Interview: Dr. Julie Cantor on steps taken by local governments to control the spread of measles.2019/07/10
  425. NEJM Interview: Dr. Evan E. Eichler on genetic variation, comparative genomics, and the diagnosis of disease.2019/07/03
  426. NEJM Interview: Dr. Roy Perlis on esketamine as an option for treatment-resistant depression.2019/07/03
  427. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act and the ongoing health policy stalemate in Washington.2019/06/26
  428. NEJM Interview: Dr. Héctor Carrasco on strategies for uncovering and addressing the fundamental causes of complex health problems.2019/06/19
  429. NEJM Interview: Dr. Deborah Dowell on concerns about misimplementation and misapplication of the CDC’s opioid-prescribing guideline.2019/06/12
  430. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael F. Clarke on clinical and therapeutic implications of cancer stem cells.2019/06/05
  431. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on troubling increases in measles cases in the United States and globally.2019/06/05
  432. NEJM Interview: Dr. Sanjeev Krishna on delays in parasite clearance observed in patients with malaria treated with artesunate.2019/05/29
  433. NEJM Interview: Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr on an ambitious new HIV goal for the United States and lessons to be learned from the global HIV response.2019/05/22
  434. NEJM Interview: Dr. Daphna Stroumsa on the limitations of classification systems in health care and their potential effects on patients.2019/05/15
  435. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeremy Farrar on the emergence and spread of new infectious diseases and ensuring swift, coordinated action in the face of threats.2019/05/08
  436. NEJM Interview: Dr. Helen Blau on stem cells in the treatment of disease.2019/05/01
  437. NEJM Interview: Dr. Matthew Fiedler on policies for extending coverage to the remaining uninsured populations in the United States.2019/05/01
  438. NEJM Interview: Dr. J. Brian Byrd on the recall of products containing angiotensin-receptor blockers and the implications for patient care.2019/04/24
  439. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Ansell on racial disparities in health that result from unequal distribution of power and resources.2019/04/17
  440. NEJM Interview: Dr. Scott Podolsky on the revolution in pharmaceutical marketing that set the stage for physician “education” about treating pain with opioids.2019/05/08
  441. NEJM Interview: Terry Langbaum and Dr. Tom Smith on issues faced by long-term survivors with metastatic cancer.2019/04/03
  442. NEJM Interview: Dr. Isaac Kohane on machine learning in medicine.2019/04/03
  443. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ingrid Binswanger on gaps in treatment for opioid use disorder for people who are incarcerated.2019/03/27
  444. NEJM Interview: Dr. Laszlo Madaras on caring for people who diverge from the typical patient imagined by health care institutions.2019/03/20
  445. NEJM Interview: Dr. Cynthia Chuang on federal efforts to weaken the ACA’s contraceptive-coverage mandate.2019/03/13
  446. NEJM Interview: Dr. Matthew H. Porteus on therapeutic editing of the human genome.2019/03/06
  447. NEJM Interview: Dr. George Daley on the prospects for using genome editing to prevent genetic diseases.2019/03/06
  448. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kenneth Poole on the challenges involved in interpreting patient-experience ratings, including bias against black physicians.2019/02/27
  449. Audio roundtable discussion on learning to foster better teams.2019/02/27
  450. NEJM Interview: Dr. Scott Stonington on structures within medicine that may systematically harm patients.2019/02/20
  451. NEJM Interview: Prof. Mark Hall on strategies for addressing inadequate provider networks and surprise medical bills.2019/02/13
  452. NEJM Interview: Dr. Benjamin S. Freedman on organoids as preclinical models of human diseases.2019/02/06
  453. NEJM Interview: Drs. Jeffrey Drazen and Lisa Rosenbaum on finding meaning and connecting with patients in modern medical practice.2019/02/06
  454. NEJM Interview: Dr. Megan Ranney on the #ThisIsOurLane movement and health care professionals’ role in advocating for solutions to the gun violence epidemic.2019/01/30
  455. Dr. Ameya Kulkarni on drivers of physician loneliness and opportunities for meaningful interaction.2019/01/23
  456. NEJM Interview: George Karandinos on high rates of incarceration among racial and ethnic minorities as a driver of health disparities in the United States.2019/01/16
  457. NEJM Interview: Dr. Amir Mohareb on the humanitarian crisis and violations of medical neutrality in Yemen.2019/01/09
  458. NEJM Interview: Dr. Arthur A. Levin on the use of oligonucleotide drugs that regulate RNA.2019/01/02
  459. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ryan Matlow on proposed changes to U.S. regulations on standards of care for noncitizen children.2019/01/02
  460. NEJM Interview: Dr. Alison Loren on the risk of opioid use disorder in survivors of cancer and judicious prescribing of pain medications.2018/12/26
  461. NEJM Interview: Dr. Cheryl Seymour on critical thinking about the social structures that affect patients’ health.2018/12/19
  462. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Morens on lessons from the 1918 influenza pandemic and the threat of a similar global health disaster.2018/12/12
  463. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Jones on the possibilities for finding solutions to health policy problems at the state level.2018/12/05
  464. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eve Rittenberg on providing patient-centered and compassionate care for people who have experienced trauma.2018/11/28
  465. NEJM Interview: Dr. Inger Damon on the response to the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.2018/11/21
  466. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joel Braslow on how medicalization and demedicalization have affected patients, including those with chronic mental illness.2018/11/14
  467. NEJM Interview: Dr. Melinda Ashton on easing the burden of administrative tasks in medicine and helping clinicians find more meaning in their work.2018/11/07
  468. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ryan Corcoran on the potential clinical applications of cell-free DNA analysis in patients with cancer.2018/10/31
  469. NEJM Interview: Dr. Susan Mann on steps that hospitals can take to keep women safe during and after childbirth.2018/10/31
  470. NEJM Interview: Dr. Esther Choo on steps that medical institutions can take to support and empower women.2018/10/24
  471. NEJM Interview: Prof. Wendy Parmet on the Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of a California law about information provided by crisis pregnancy centers.2018/10/17
  472. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter Bach on payment approaches Medicare could consider for costly new CAR-T treatments.2018/10/10
  473. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Adams on the use of clinical next-generation sequencing to obtain a genetic diagnosis.2018/10/03
  474. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Goldstein on disparities in access to preexposure prophylaxis among populations at high risk for HIV infection.2018/10/03
  475. NEJM Interview: Dr. Garen Wintemute on state and federal policies that could prevent firearm-related deaths.2018/09/26
  476. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on the FDA Amendments Act of 2007 and the effort to make data on drug safety more transparent and available.2018/09/19
  477. NEJM Interview: Dr. Cheryl Healton on the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement and opportunities for action against other industries that harm health.2018/09/12
  478. NEJM Interview: Dr. Tushar Patel on the role of extracellular vesicles in physiologic function and as potential biomarkers for disease.2018/09/05
  479. NEJM Interview: Dr. Breanne Grace on immigrant and refugee health and the effects of systematic personal, social, and institutional instability.2018/09/05
  480. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mark Pallansch on the challenges involved in eradicating polio.2018/08/29
  481. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on the results of Republican opposition to the Affordable Care Act.2018/08/22
  482. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eduardo Bruera on the treatment of pain during a severe shortage of parenteral opioids.2018/08/15
  483. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rebecca Haffajee on the conflict between federal and state marijuana laws.2018/08/08
  484. NEJM Interview: Dr. Diana Bianchi on the use of cell-free DNA testing to screen for fetal chromosome abnormalities.2018/08/01
  485. NEJM Interview: Dr. John Maa on his proposal for a Surgeon General’s report on firearm injuries and violence that could change the U.S. debate about guns.2018/08/01
  486. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Rosenbaum on how emotion and risk perception affect decision making in public health and medicine.2018/07/25
  487. NEJM Interview: Dr. Charlotte Haug on a new European privacy law that gives consumers, including patients, more explicit control of their own data.2018/07/18
  488. NEJM Interview: Dr. Bernard Lo on a herpes vaccine trial that reportedly flouted established protections for research participants.2018/07/11
  489. NEJM Interview: Dr. Carl June on chimeric antigen receptor therapy.2018/07/04
  490. NEJM Interview: Dr. Brendan Saloner on increasing access to medication for treatment of opioid use disorder.2018/07/04
  491. NEJM Interview: Dr. Amy Kind on a new tool for incorporating data on neighborhood disadvantage into research, policy, and health interventions.2018/06/27
  492. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Shulkin on strategies for enhancing the quality of care at VA medical centers.2018/06/20
  493. NEJM Interview: Dr. Loren Rabinowitz on the hurdles and frustrations that female medical trainees face in a sexist culture.2018/06/13
  494. NEJM Interview: Dr. Amber Willink on a new law that increases the flexibility of benefit offerings in Medicare Advantage plans.2018/06/06
  495. NEJM Interview: Dr. Bernard Lo on aid-in-dying laws and their implications for doctors.2018/05/30
  496. NEJM Interview: Dr. Julie Donohue on changes to Medicare Part D’s benefit design under the Bipartisan Budget Act.2018/05/23
  497. NEJM Interview: Dan Liljenquist on generic-drug market failures and the creation of a nonprofit drug manufacturer.2018/05/16
  498. NEJM Interview: Dr. Catherine MacLean on physician performance measures and their integration into care delivery.2018/05/09
  499. NEJM Interview: Dr. Taylor Kelley on options for states seeking to expand health insurance coverage for undocumented immigrants.2018/05/02
  500. NEJM Interview: Dr. Evan Wood on actions taken by Canada to reduce opioid-overdose deaths.2018/04/25
  501. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the use of monoclonal antibodies in the context of emerging infectious diseases.2018/04/18
  502. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Harris on HHS’s new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division and polarized rhetoric about abortion.2018/04/11
  503. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gail Wilensky on physician payment under MACRA and efforts to improve health care outcomes and value.2018/04/04
  504. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jake Liang on the increasing spread of hepatitis C virus associated with injection-drug use.2018/03/28
  505. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gayatri Devi on assessment and support for physicians with Alzheimer’s disease.2018/03/21
  506. NEJM Interview: Dr. Karen Joynt Maddox on alternative payment models and disincentives for treating high-risk patients.2018/03/14
  507. NEJM Interview: Dr. John Balmes on the potential health effects of recent wildfires in California.2018/03/07
  508. NEJM Interview: Dr. Douglas Opel on legal issues surrounding the enforcement of influenza-vaccination requirements for health care workers.2018/02/28
  509. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on lessons for health care from behavioral economics and other fields.2018/02/21
  510. NEJM Interview: Dr. Leemore Dafny on the proposed merger of CVS and Aetna.2018/02/14
  511. NEJM Interview: Dr. George Bakris on new blood-pressure guidelines from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.2018/02/07
  512. NEJM Interview: Dr. Claire Pouncey on the controversy surrounding psychiatrists’ comments on President Trump’s mental health.2018/01/31
  513. NEJM Interview: Dr. Tait Shanafelt on causes of burnout and efforts to improve support for clinicians.2018/01/24
  514. NEJM Interview: Dr. Margot Kushel on the hepatitis A outbreak in California and the health risks associated with chronic homelessness.2018/01/17
  515. NEJM Interview: Sean Duffy on approaches to providing high-quality nonvisit health care.2018/01/10
  516. NEJM Interview: Dr. Katrina Armstrong on restoring the role of patient-based inquiry in academic medicine.2018/01/03
  517. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lainie Rutkow on legal action taken by states to address the opioid-overdose crisis.2017/12/27
  518. NEJM Interview: Dr. Roy Ziegelstein on the increasing concentration of medical-school debt among fewer students.2017/12/20
  519. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rebecca Haffajee on the growing number of lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors.2017/12/13
  520. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on the implications of an appeals court’s decision not to stop Arkansas from excluding Planned Parenthood from its Medicaid program.2017/12/06
  521. NEJM Interview: Dr. Linda Blumberg on proposals for stabilizing insurance markets and making nongroup insurance more affordable.2017/11/29
  522. NEJM Interview: Dr. Debra Weinstein on the need for consistent metrics to assess GME programs and their graduates.2017/11/22
  523. NEJM Interview: Dr. George Church on recent advances in human germline repair and movement toward clinical applications.2017/11/15
  524. NEJM Interview: Dr. Carmen Zorrilla on how one hospital in Puerto Rico responded to Hurricane Maria and what will come next for the island.2017/11/08
  525. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rose Molina on trends and disparities in maternal outcomes in the United States.2017/11/01
  526. NEJM Interview: Dr. Chris Beyrer on the increasing resistance to HIV drugs that is threatening global health and the goals of control efforts.2017/10/25
  527. NEJM Interview: Drs. Pamela Hartzband and Jerome Groopman on how the possibility of regret can affect patients’ decision making.2017/10/18
  528. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Asch on why requiring informed consent for trials that pose minimal risk to participants can do more harm than good.2017/10/11
  529. NEJM Interview: Dr. Neil Wagle on how measuring patient-reported outcomes can benefit both patients and doctors.2017/10/04
  530. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ziad Obermeyer on how collaboration between doctors and computers will help improve medical care.2017/09/27
  531. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Bayer on barriers to eradicating tuberculosis in the United States.2017/09/20
  532. NEJM Interview: Prof. Nicholas Bagley on why partial Medicaid expansions could be harmful for patients and the federal budget.2017/09/13
  533. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Schneider on the challenges that the U.S. health care system must confront in order to become one of the best in the world.2017/09/06
  534. NEJM Interview: Brigg Reilley on why the Indian Health Service has lagged when it comes to treating patients with hepatitis C.2017/08/30
  535. NEJM Interview: Dr. Alison Rapoport on how physicians in all specialties can help address opioid use disorder in their patients.2017/08/23
  536. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Schwartzstein on alternatives to traditional lecture-based courses in medical school.2017/08/16
  537. NEJM Interview: Josephine Johnston on fetal genetic sequencing and the challenges involved in ensuring fully informed consent.2017/08/09
  538. NEJM Interview: Dr. Christopher Goodman on important concerns about increased prescribing of gabapentin and pregabalin for pain.2017/08/02
  539. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on recent Trump administration appointees and the implications of alternative science for women’s health.2017/07/26
  540. NEJM Interview: Dr. Margaret (Gretchen) Schwarze on how physicians can use scenario planning to facilitate informed decision making.2017/07/19
  541. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeremy Greene on a Maryland law that prohibits price gouging on older essential drugs.2017/07/12
  542. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paul Drain on Trump’s proposed NIH budget cuts, including elimination of the Fogarty International Center.2017/07/05
  543. NEJM Interview: Dr. John McDonough on efforts by Senate Republicans to pass a health care reform bill.2017/06/28
  544. NEJM Interview: Dr. Matthew Fiedler on the American Health Care Act and its likely effects on insurance coverage.2017/06/21
  545. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Lee on the financial incentives that keep providers from reducing patient waiting times.2017/06/14
  546. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Drazen on the Journal’s data-analysis challenge and summit and the ICMJE’s new data-sharing policy.2017/06/07
  547. NEJM Interview: Dr. Susan Glod on provision of adequate pain relief during the opioid crisis.2017/05/31
  548. NEJM Interview: Dr. Walid Gellad on strategies for managing the cost of drugs receiving accelerated FDA approval.2017/05/24
  549. NEJM Interview: Prof. Wendy Parmet on the decision to overturn parts of a Florida law regulating physician speech about firearms.2017/05/17
  550. NEJM Interview: Kellan Baker on insurance coverage for health care services related to gender transition.2017/05/10
  551. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Asch on resident work hours and using evidence to inform medical education policy.2017/05/03
  552. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Hunter on how the health care system can address climate change and its effects.2017/04/26
  553. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on Republican lawmakers’ efforts to pass new health care legislation.2017/04/19
  554. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on an outbreak of yellow fever in Brazil.2017/04/12
  555. NEJM Interview: Dr. Heather Kovich on the challenges facing patients and physicians in rural areas of the United States.2017/04/05
  556. NEJM Interview: Prof. Timothy Jost on Trump’s effort to undermine the Affordable Care Act and Republican proposals to replace it.2017/03/29
  557. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stuart Slavin on depression and suicide among physicians and trainees and how to address stigma associated with mental illness.2017/03/22
  558. NEJM Interview: Dr. Andrew Goodman-Bacon on a proposal for setting limits on federal Medicaid spending and how it may affect access to care.2017/03/15
  559. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Greene on a recent FDA warning about possible effects of general anesthesia on fetuses or young children.2017/03/08
  560. NEJM Interview: Dr. Keith Wailoo on the medical and social context that has made progress in treating sickle cell disease slow and arduous.2017/03/01
  561. NEJM Interview: Dr. Beau Kilmer on the effects of cannabis on health and how jurisdictions can minimize harms related to its legalization.2017/02/22
  562. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Frank on the increasing number of deaths involving fentanyl in the United States.2017/02/15
  563. NEJM Interview: Dr. Suerie Moon on recommendations from the United Nations Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines.2017/02/08
  564. NEJM Interview: Dr. John Ayanian on the economic benefits associated with Michigan’s decision to expand Medicaid.2017/02/01
  565. NEJM Interview: Dr. Scott Halpern on whether cognitive function should be considered in decisions about organ allocation.2017/01/25
  566. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vivian Lee on how physicians and health care systems can get the most out of sharing patient feedback.2017/01/18
  567. NEJM Interview: Dr. Louise Ivers on cholera transmission and vaccination efforts in post-hurricane Haiti.2017/01/11
  568. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on what a Trump presidency could mean for the future of health care reform.2017/01/04
  569. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Asch on the potential uses of social engagement strategies in promoting health.2016/12/28
  570. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vivek Murthy on his campaign to address opioid addiction and misuse in the United States.2016/12/21
  571. NEJM Interview: Prof. Christopher Robertson on whether the First Amendment should protect sales pitches by pharmaceutical representatives.2016/12/14
  572. NEJM Interview: Dr. J. Michael McWilliams on the merits of care coordination - and why it’s unlikely to reduce health care spending.2016/12/07
  573. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stefan Kertesz on the success and evaluation of programs providing permanent supportive housing to homeless people.2016/11/30
  574. NEJM Interview: Dr. Leemore Dafny on ways in which health care providers could undermine efforts to steer consumers toward high-value care.2016/11/23
  575. NEJM Interview: Rachel Fabi on recent legislative measures to extend insurance coverage for undocumented immigrants in California.2016/11/16
  576. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Rosenthal on the effect of the electronic era on physician satisfaction.2016/11/09
  577. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kevin Schulman on intensive home health care as an alternative to hospitalization.2016/11/02
  578. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Lee on measures of health care quality that are most important to patients.2016/10/26
  579. NEJM Interview: Dr. C. William Keck on an agreement between the United States and Cuba to cooperate on efforts to improve health.2016/10/19
  580. NEJM Interview: Dr. Christine Montross on treatment and confinement of people with serious mental illness.2016/10/12
  581. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paul Ginsburg on what the 2016 election will mean for health care reform.2016/10/05
  582. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on potential strategies for conducting clinical trials of Zika virus vaccines.2016/09/28
  583. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Drazen on the future of sharing clinical trial data.2016/09/21
  584. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Bodenheimer on the evolving roles of physicians and nurses in the provision of primary care.2016/09/14
  585. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Blumenthal on approaches to caring for the 5% of patients who account for 50% of annual health care spending.2016/09/07
  586. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on the implications of the Whole Woman’s Health case and likely future anti-abortion strategies.2016/08/31
  587. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Bohmer on the strategies of health care organizations that have successfully implemented continuous improvement.2016/08/24
  588. Dr. Christopher Dale on better ways of deploying quality metrics to improve the value of health care.2016/08/17
  589. Dr. Scott Podolsky on the evolution of the essential methods of randomized, controlled trials.2016/08/10
  590. Dr. Harlan Krumholz on the movement toward broader, responsible, productive sharing of data from clinical trials.2016/08/03
  591. Dr. Alan D.T. Barrett on the current yellow fever epidemic and lessons about vaccine supply and global health.2016/07/27
  592. Dr. Benjamin Sommers on the future cost of insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act.2016/07/20
  593. Dr. Alisha Rankin on the clinical trials and drug approval processes of the 16th through 18th centuries.2016/07/13
  594. Dr. Eric Rubin on the current state of the Zika epidemic and directions for research and prevention.2016/07/06
  595. Dr. José Jerónimo on approaches to reducing rates of cervical cancer in low- and middle-income countries.2016/06/29
  596. Dr. Jeffrey Drazen on evolving efforts to make clinical trials data accessible and useful for further research.2016/06/22
  597. Dr. Ameet Sarpatwari on state bills that aim to reduce drug spending by requiring companies to disclose R&D costs.2016/06/15
  598. NEJM Interview: Dr. Perri Klass on the health effects of child poverty in the United States and the AAP’s new policy statement on screening.2016/06/08
  599. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Drazen on a new article series, The Changing Face of Clinical Trials.2016/06/01
  600. NEJM Interview: Dr. Deborah Schrag on an experiment testing new ways of reimbursing physicians for drugs administered under Medicare Part B.2016/06/01
  601. NEJM Interview: Dr. Alice Shaw on a new model for accelerating the development of promising oncology drugs.2016/05/25
  602. NEJM Interview: Greg Simon on the National Cancer Moonshot Initiative and its goal of fueling cancer research in the United States.2016/05/18
  603. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lindsey Baden on the state of the Zika virus outbreak and the challenges involved in containing it.2016/05/11
  604. NEJM Interview: Robert Mechanic on what happens when patients are treated by multiple providers participating in different Medicare payment models.2016/05/04
  605. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michelle Mello on legislation aimed at reducing young people’s access to cigarettes.2016/04/27
  606. NEJM Interview: Dr. Debra Houry on a new opioid-prescribing guideline from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.2016/04/20
  607. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on the renewed interest in single-payer health insurance and its prospects in the United States.2016/04/13
  608. NEJM Interview: Dr. Amy Fairchild on public health recommendations regarding electronic cigarettes in England and the United States.2016/04/06
  609. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Paulus on a program at his health system for educating board members about care delivery.2016/03/30
  610. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Bellinger on lead contamination in Flint, Michigan, and the lack of political will to protect public health.2016/03/23
  611. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ashish Jha on lessons from the recent Veterans Health Administration crisis and future directions at the VA.2016/03/16
  612. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on recent advances in gene editing and concerns about medical tourism.2016/03/09
  613. NEJM Interview: Cecile Richards on expanding access to birth control and threats to that progress.2016/03/02
  614. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rena Conti on policy proposals that could help rein in the cost of prescription drugs.2016/02/24
  615. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Galvin on the effects of the Affordable Care Act on employer-sponsored insurance.2016/02/17
  616. NEJM Interview: Dr. Walter Orenstein on the final steps in the global effort to eradicate polio.2016/02/10
  617. NEJM Interview: Dr. Steven DeKosky on youth football, head injuries, and a recent American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement.2016/02/03
  618. NEJM Interview: Dr. Daniel Alford on how prescriber education can help address the epidemic of prescription-opioid misuse.2016/01/27
  619. NEJM Interview: Dr. Scott Podolsky on the history of weak oversight of homeopathic remedies in the United States and what the future may hold.2016/01/20
  620. NEJM Interview: Dr. Terri Fried on different approaches to shared decision making driven by different clinical circumstances.2016/01/13
  621. NEJM Interview: Prof. Timothy Jost on a lawsuit brought by the House of Representatives over the Affordable Care Act’s cost-sharing-reduction program.2016/01/06
  622. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter Neumann on the use of various new value-based frameworks for assessing drugs and drug prices.2015/12/30
  623. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michele Heisler on attacks on physicians and health care facilities in Syria and the response from the international community.2015/12/23
  624. NEJM Interview: Dr. Charlotte Haug on the growing number of article retractions attributable to peer-review fraud.2015/12/16
  625. NEJM Interview: Prof. Alexander Capron on proposed changes to regulations governing human-subjects research.2015/12/09
  626. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the ways in which new evidence has improved our strategies for treating and preventing HIV infection.2015/12/02
  627. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Courtwright on a 19th-century epidemic of opiate addiction and its lessons for the current crisis.2015/11/25
  628. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paul Ginsburg on how Medicare can improve care delivery and control spending going forward.2015/11/18
  629. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Lauer on peer review of NIH grant applications and how it can be improved.2015/11/11
  630. NEJM Interview: Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan on trends in the numbers of U.S. medical school graduates and GME positions.2015/11/04
  631. NEJM Interview: Dr. H. Gilbert Welch on trends in the incidence of metastatic cancers and their implications for both screening and our understanding of cancer.2015/10/28
  632. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kevin Schulman on the recent approval of two PCSK9 inhibitors and what their prices could mean for insurance premiums.2015/10/21
  633. NEJM Interview: Drs. Allan Goroll and Ateev Mehrotra on whether the annual physical should be retained, eliminated, or modified for 21st-century realities.2015/10/14
  634. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Urbach on a plan to concentrate certain surgical procedures among the physicians and hospitals that perform the most of them.2015/10/07
  635. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Fiore on the potential for regulation of nicotine levels in cigarettes to help smokers quit.2015/09/30
  636. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on the outlook for Medicare’s new physician payment system.2015/09/23
  637. NEJM Interview: Dr. Christopher Robertson on the FDA’s new draft guidelines on direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising.2015/09/16
  638. NEJM Interview: Dr. Hermes Taylor-Weiner on the regulation of stem-cell clinics offering unproven therapies.2015/09/09
  639. NEJM Interview: Dr. Georgina Peacock on improvements in care and access to services for people with disabilities and where more work is needed.2015/09/02
  640. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michelle Mello on a new California law that eliminates religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccination mandates.2015/08/26
  641. NEJM Interview: Dr. Philip Landrigan on health concerns associated with genetically modified crops and the herbicides used on them.2015/08/19
  642. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Asch on strategies for testing new ideas in health care quickly and efficiently.2015/08/12
  643. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Bayer on why the heightened focus on precision medicine misses the point when it comes to public health.2015/08/05
  644. NEJM Interview: Dr. Steffanie Strathdee on needle-exchange policies and the recent HIV outbreak in rural Indiana.2015/07/29
  645. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stanley Plotkin on a strategy for stimulating and supporting global vaccine research.2015/07/22
  646. NEJM Interview: Prof. Amy Kapczynski on provisions in the Trans-Pacific Partnership that could affect access to drugs in the United States and abroad.2015/07/15
  647. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joshua Sharfstein on the process of approving new sunscreen ingredients for marketing in the United States.2015/07/08
  648. NEJM Interview: Prof. Ted Kaptchuk on the outlook for harnessing the benefits of placebo effects in medicine.2015/07/01
  649. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on the 21st Century Cures Act’s potential implications for drug development and safety.2015/06/24
  650. NEJM Interview: Dr. Aaron Kesselheim on the challenges of bringing follow-on biologic drugs to the market.2015/06/17
  651. NEJM Interview: Dr. Dhruv Khullar on uses of behavioral economics concepts in modifying physicians’ behavior under value-based health care models.2015/06/10
  652. NEJM Interview: Dr. Neel Shah on new guidelines from the United Kingdom on the safety of midwife-guided deliveries.2015/06/03
  653. NEJM Interview: Prof. Leemore Dafny on ways of producing health care mergers that are good for both patients and providers.2015/05/27
  654. NEJM Interview: Dr. Henry Aaron on new legislation that reforms physician reimbursement under Medicare.2015/05/20
  655. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on a new estimate of the cost of bringing a drug to market.2015/05/13
  656. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on a Republican proposal for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, which would restructure Medicaid.2015/05/06
  657. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Lee on a strategic approach to value for health care organizations seeking to compete in the current market.2015/04/29
  658. NEJM Interview: Prof. John McDonough on Vermont’s attempt to implement a single-payer health care system - and why it failed.2015/04/22
  659. NEJM Interview: Dr. Vin Gupta on a medication-adherence program to address latent tuberculosis in Seattle’s homeless population.2015/04/15
  660. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nicole Lurie on the lessons learned from the Ebola epidemic and how to prepare for future global disease threats.2015/04/08
  661. NEJM Interview: Prof. Wendy Mariner on state laws that regulate physicians’ speech and behavior in the context of abortion.2015/04/01
  662. NEJM Interview: Dr. Benjamin Sommers on the potential effects on the health care system of President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration.2015/03/25
  663. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mary Bassett on factors contributing to poorer health outcomes among black Americans and what physicians can do to reduce racial disparities.2015/03/18
  664. NEJM Interview: Prof. Robert MacCoun on the marketing of marijuana edibles and the risks posed by legalizing retail marijuana.2015/03/18
  665. NEJM Interview: Prof. Barak Richman on hospital mergers and the decision in the Partners HealthCare case.2015/03/04
  666. NEJM Interview: Dr. Francis Collins on what to expect from the recently announced Precision Medicine Initiative.2015/02/25
  667. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter Ubel on the influence of insurance-exchange website design on consumers' choices.2015/02/18
  668. NEJM Interview: Dr. Priscilla Slanetz on legislation on breast density and supplemental breast-cancer screening.2015/02/11
  669. NEJM Interview: Steven Lewis on health care in Canada and the challenges facing a fragmented system.2015/02/04
  670. NEJM Interview: Dr. Perri Klass on experiencing weekends in the hospital from a patient’s point of view.2015/01/28
  671. NEJM Interview: Lynne Wilkinson on a community-based strategy to promote HIV treatment adherence in South Africa.2015/01/21
  672. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Drazen on the IOM proposal for the sharing of patient data from clinical trials.2015/01/14
  673. NEJM Interview: Dr. Steven Weinberger on the pros and cons of the new Maintenance of Certification standards.2015/01/07
  674. NEJM Interview: Prof. Jonathan Oberlander on what the midterm election results mean for the future of the Affordable Care Act.2014/12/24
  675. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on Medicaid payments, physician participation, and access to care.2014/12/17
  676. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lindsey Baden on the state of the ongoing Ebola epidemic and progress on vaccines and treatments.2014/12/10
  677. NEJM Interview: Dr. Christine Cassel on the lessons of past performance-measurement efforts and promising future directions.2014/12/03
  678. NEJM Interview: Dr. Brian Strom on the first year of experience with GlaxoSmithKline’s data-sharing initiative. 2014/11/26
  679. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jason Schwartz on the past, present, and future of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. 2014/11/19
  680. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jennifer Woo Baidal on nutrition, childhood obesity, and the battle over school-lunch standards. 2014/11/12
  681. NEJM Interview: Dr. Otto Cars on the growing problem of antibiotic resistance and the challenges involved in addressing it. 2014/11/05
  682. NEJM Interview: Dr. Walter Orenstein on a spike in U.S. measles cases and ways to improve vaccination efforts. 2014/10/29
  683. NEJM Interview: Dr. John Ayanian on the implementation and lessons of the Healthy Michigan Plan. 2014/10/22
  684. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nathan Cobb on the future of e-cigarettes, smoking, nicotine-replacement therapy, and Big Tobacco. 2014/10/15
  685. NEJM Interview: Dr. Thomas Lee on the social factors that affect health and possible reforms that could help to address them. 2014/10/01
  686. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the current Ebola epidemic and the promise of candidate vaccines and therapies. 2014/09/17
  687. NEJM Interview: Prof. George Annas on the tension between federal and state marijuana laws and the role of physicians. 2014/09/10
  688. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the past, present, and future of chikungunya virus disease. 2014/09/03
  689. NEJM Interview: Prof. William Weeks on a proposal for shifting VA’s health care role to benefits and coordination. 2014/08/27
  690. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gail Wilensky on recommendations for changing the financing of U.S. graduate medical education. 2014/08/27
  691. NEJM Interview: Prof. Julie Donohue on the policy lessons from Medicare’s drug benefit. 2014/08/20
  692. NEJM Interview: Prof. George Annas on the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision and its context and implications. 2014/08/13
  693. NEJM Interview: Dr. Clemens Hong on promoting adoption of complex care management. 2014/08/06
  694. NEJM Interview: Professor Randall Packard on antimalarial drugs, drug resistance, and social and economic contributors. 2014/07/30
  695. NEJM Interview: Interview with Professor Brendan Reilly on teaching hospitals’ balancing of their educational and patient care missions. 2014/07/23
  696. NEJM Interview: Interview with Professor David Kessler on more comprehensive food labeling.2014/07/16
  697. NEJM Interview: Interview with Professor Nadia Sawicki on the constitutional implications of clinicians’ involvement in capital punishment. 2014/07/09
  698. NEJM Interview: Interview with Professor Kevin Outterson on the FDA’s guidance on off-label promotion and the move toward clinical trial transparency. 2014/07/02
  699. NEJM Interview: Interview with Dr. David Rothman on the changing approaches to death and dying in the United States.2014/06/25
  700. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michelle Macaraig on tuberculosis control and the changing epidemiology of tuberculosis in the United States.2014/06/18
  701. NEJM Interview: Dr. Sebastian Schneeweiss discusses opportunities for and obstacles to the use of big health care data.2014/06/04
  702. NEJM Interview: Dr. Yngvild Olsen on Zohydro, other opioids, and the epidemic of addiction.2014/05/28
  703. NEJM Interview: Dr. Mette Kalager on the Swiss Medical Board’s recommendation to phase out routine mammography screening.2014/05/21
  704. NEJM Interview: Dr. Chin Jou on a century of obesity research and treatment.2014/05/14
  705. NEJM Interview: Dr. Kelly Brownell on the FDA's proposed ban on artificial trans fats and the future of U.S. food regulation.2014/05/07
  706. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Klompas on the apparent increase in sepsis rates and the problematic mandates for sepsis care.2014/04/30
  707. NEJM Interview: Dr. Erin Fox on critical national drug shortages and what can be done to prevent them.2014/04/23
  708. NEJM Interview: Drs. Robert Kocher and Bryan Roberts on a proposal for changes to the drug development and approval processes.2014/04/16
  709. NEJM Interview: Dr. Raymond Chung on the science behind evolving treatments for hepatitis C and progress toward a cure.2014/04/10
  710. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pieter Cohen on unsafe dietary supplements and ways for physicians and agencies to share information about them.2014/04/02
  711. NEJM Interview: Dr. Allan Detsky on the ACGME rules about resident supervision and the need for graded autonomy in medical education.2014/03/19
  712. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eileen Reynolds on the ACGME's review of clinical learning environments and its goals for residency programs.2014/03/12
  713. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jeffrey Ecker on the recent Marlise Muñoz case and its legal, ethical, and clinical implications.2014/03/05
  714. NEJM Interview: Dr. Timothy Uyeki on the current influenza season and interventions for preventing and controlling influenza.2014/02/26
  715. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Reuben on the emergence of hospital-dependent patients and its clinical and ethical implications.2014/02/19
  716. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nancy Morden on the Choosing Wisely campaign and the pathway to reducing use of low-value services.2014/02/12
  717. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the need for an HIV vaccine and the advances that will help fulfill that need.2014/02/05
  718. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jon Kingsdale on the rollout of the ACA's health insurance marketplaces and expectations for their benefits.2014/01/29
  719. NEJM Interview: Mr. Matthew Myers on efforts to reduce or eliminate smoking and prevent smoking-related illness and death.2014/01/22
  720. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on laws that restrict women's rights, especially in pregnancy and contraception.2014/01/15
  721. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gail Wilensky on proposed legislation to replace Medicare's physician-payment formula.2014/01/08
  722. NEJM Interview: Ms. Jan Walker on the move toward open medical notes and its implications for clinicians and patients.2014/01/01
  723. NEJM Interview: Dr. Alexander Smith on ways of improving the safety and health of self-neglecting elderly patients.2013/12/25
  724. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nirav Shah on New York State's decision to address housing needs as a social determinant of health.2013/12/18
  725. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Larson on new insights into the dementia epidemic.2013/12/11
  726. NEJM Interview: Dr. Matthew Gillman on pre- and postnatal strategies for the prevention of childhood obesity.2013/12/04
  727. NEJM Interview: Dr. Dan Barouch on researchers' ongoing quest to develop an HIV-1 vaccine.2013/11/27
  728. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Asch on the cost and value of medical education.2013/11/20
  729. NEJM Interview: Prof. Robert Huckman on publicly reported data and the shift towards consumerism in health care.2013/11/13
  730. NEJM Interview: Prof. Sara Rosenbaum on the health care safety net, Medicaid expansion, and access to care.2013/10/30
  731. NEJM Interview: Dr. Peter Ubel on a new focus on informing patients about the likely out-of-pocket costs of care.2013/10/16
  732. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ingrid Katz on the transition from PEPFAR-funded to government-funded HIV care in South Africa.2013/10/09
  733. NEJM Interview: Dr. Gerard O'Donoghue on the past and future development of cochlear implants.2013/09/25
  734. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Schwartzstein on the pros and cons of three-year medical school programs.2013/09/18
  735. NEJM Interview: Dr. Troyen Brennan on one chain pharmacy's initiative to curb abuse of controlled substances.2013/09/11
  736. NEJM Interview: Dr. Katherine Baicker on the balance between coordination and competition in U.S. health care after the Affordable Care Act.2013/08/28
  737. NEJM Interview: Prof. Mark Pauly on the consequences of postponing the ACA's employer mandate.2013/08/21
  738. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Rosenbaum on nonadherence and ways to improve patients' adherence to medication regimens.2013/08/21
  739. NEJM Interview: Dr. Keren Ladin on fairness in the allocation of lung transplants for children.2013/08/14
  740. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Greene on prenatal screening and the pros and cons of cell-free fetal DNA testing.2013/08/07
  741. NEJM Interview: Dr. Travis Baggett on tobacco use and other health problems among homeless people.2013/07/17
  742. NEJM Interview: Prof. Jonathan Oberlander on the future of Medicare's Independent Payment Advisory Board and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.2013/07/10
  743. NEJM Interview: Dr. Nicholas Black on the current crisis in England's National Health Service and ways it could be resolved.2013/07/03
  744. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pat Croskerry on widespread cognitive biases and ways of counteracting them for accurate diagnosis.2013/06/26
  745. NEJM Interview: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the novel H7N9 influenza virus and the evolution of pandemic viruses.2013/06/19
  746. NEJM Interview: Dr. Adam Goldstein on assessment of competency for concealed-weapons permits and physicians' roles in reducing gun violence.2013/06/12
  747. NEJM Interview: Prof. Allan Brandt on the AIDS epidemic's effects on medicine, culture, and the development of the new "global health."2013/06/05
  748. NEJM Interview: Prof. Meredith Rosenthal on the trend toward greater transparency regarding physicians' relationships with industry.2013/05/29
  749. NEJM Interview: Dr. Arthur Kellermann on planning for the medical response to mass-casualty events such as the Boston Marathon bombing.2013/05/22
  750. NEJM Interview: Prof. Wendy Mariner on New York City's invalidated Portion Cap Rule and other efforts to regulate public health.2013/05/08
  751. NEJM Interview: Prof. Holly Lynch on the ethical and legal issues surrounding physicians' discrimination against patients.2013/05/01
  752. NEJM Interview: Dr. Richard Schwartzstein on the goals and strategies behind the holistic admissions movement at U.S. medical schools.2013/04/24
  753. NEJM Interview: Dr. Joseph Newhouse on the importance of differences in Medicare spending within hospital referral regions.2013/04/17
  754. NEJM Interview: Drs. Ezekiel Emanuel and David Asch on the ethics and implications of employer policies of refusing to hire smokers.2013/04/10
  755. NEJM Interview: Dr. John McDonough on the effects of the sequester and Congress's 2014 budget proposals on the U.S. health care sector.2013/04/03
  756. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael VanRooyen on threats to international public health work and the importance of medical neutrality.2013/03/20
  757. NEJM Interview: Dr. Eric Stecker on Oregon's experiment with accountable care organizations for Medicaid and CHIP beneficiaries.2013/03/13
  758. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Bayer on the new recommendation for routine HIV screening of U.S. adults and adolescents.2013/03/06
  759. NEJM Interview: Dr. Martin Frank and Prof. Michael Carroll on traditional and open-access scientific publishing.2013/02/27
  760. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lewis Markoff on yellow fever in Sudan as well as treatment and prevention.2013/02/20
  761. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Waldman on cholera and the need to improve global access to safe water and sanitation.2013/02/13
  762. NEJM Interview: Dr. Stephen Bartels on approaches to care for older adults with mental or substance use disorders.2013/02/06
  763. NEJM Interview: Drs. Judith and Sean Palfrey on gun violence and mental health in the United States.2013/01/30
  764. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Moellering on the evolution of antibiotic resistance and strategies for combating it.2013/01/23
  765. NEJM Interview: Susan Edgman-Levitan on patient-experience measures and their relationship to health outcomes.2013/01/16
  766. NEJM Interview: Dr. Harlan Krumholz on a condition of generalized risk after patients are discharged from the hospital.2013/01/09
  767. NEJM Interview: Dr. Arnold Milstein on learning health systems and reducing health care spending.2013/01/02
  768. NEJM Interview: Dr. Bruce Chabner on shortages of generic drugs and possible solutions.2012/12/26
  769. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Hunter on genomewide association studies and their potential clinical utility in common diseases.2012/12/19
  770. NEJM Interview: Dr. Irwin Redlener on the effects of Hurricane Sandy on New York health care and the lessons learned.2012/12/12
  771. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jonathan Oberlander on the political future of health care in the United States.2012/12/05
  772. NEJM Interview: Dr. Ronald Bayer on the legal and policy issues related to the proposed graphic warning labels on cigarette packaging. 2012/11/28
  773. NEJM Interview: Prof. Kevin Outterson on the recent fungal meningitis outbreak and the regulation of compounding pharmacies in the United States.2012/11/21
  774. NEJM Interview: Robert Mechanic on the challenges and potential benefits of Medicare's new bundled-payment program.2012/11/14
  775. NEJM Interview: Dr. David Stevenson on hospice and other end-of-life care in the United States.2012/10/31
  776. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on the FDA's recent approval of two weight loss drugs.2012/10/24
  777. NEJM Interview: Drs. Gail Wilensky and John McDonough on the health care platforms of the two presidential candidates.2012/10/17
  778. NEJM Interview: Prof. R. Alta Charo on the status and future of reproductive health care for women in the United States.2012/09/26
  779. NEJM Interview: Prof. Kevin Outterson on record-breaking settlements of pharmaceutical fraud cases and the need for further regulation.2012/09/19
  780. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pamela Hartzband and Dr. Jerome Groopman on shared decision making and patient-centered care.2012/09/12
  781. NEJM Interview: Dr. Paul Ginsburg on recent Massachusetts legislation aimed at containing increases in statewide health care spending.2012/08/29
  782. NEJM Interview: Dr. Chris Beyrer on scientific advances and remaining obstacles to controlling the AIDS epidemic.2012/08/22
  783. NEJM Interview: Prof. Jonathan Oberlander on health care policy in the United States over the past 100 years.2012/08/15
  784. NEJM Interview: Dr. Rita Redberg on the approval process for medical devices in the United States and in Europe.2012/08/08
  785. NEJM Interview: Colleen Barry on approaches to addressing the obesity epidemic in the United States.2012/08/01
  786. NEJM Interview: Professors Renee Landers and John McDonough on the implications of the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act.2012/07/18
  787. NEJM Interview: Dr. Lisa Lehmann on the physician's role in assisted dying for terminally ill patients.2012/07/11
  788. NEJM Interview: David Radley on a recent study on geographic variations in access to and quality of U.S. health care.2012/07/04
  789. NEJM Interview: Katherine Baicker on the misguided focus on the creation of health care jobs.2012/06/27
  790. NEJM Interview: Dr. Aaron Kesselheim on a recent Supreme Court ruling on patents for diagnostic tests.2012/06/20
  791. NEJM Interview: Dr. Julie Cantor on court-ordered care for pregnant women in the United States.2012/06/13
  792. NEJM Interview: Dr. Arthur Kellermann on the increasing use of emergency departments and access to primary care.2012/06/06
  793. NEJM Interview: Dr. Francesca Gany on undocumented immigrants and the U.S. health care system.2012/05/30
  794. NEJM Interview: Dr. Howard Brody on the ethics of rationing and waste avoidance in health care.2012/05/23
  795. NEJM Interview: Dr. Susan Okie on the ongoing evolution of the primary care physician.2012/05/16
  796. NEJM Interview: Dr. Allison Goldfine on statins, the associated risk of diabetes, and the FDA's response.2012/05/09
  797. NEJM Interview: Dr. Timothy Quill on balancing evidence-based medicine and patient-centered care.2012/05/02
  798. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jan Blustein on the effects of pay-for-performance approaches for hospitals.2012/04/25
  799. NEJM Interview: Mark Hall on the recent Supreme Court oral arguments in the challenge to the Affordable Care Act.2012/04/18
  800. NEJM Interview: Dr. Raynard Kington on the importance to medicine of the behavioral and social sciences.2012/04/04
  801. NEJM Interview: Dr. Steven Schroeder on smoking-cessation efforts in the United States.2012/03/28
  802. NEJM Interview: Gail Wilensky on possible directions for bipartisan Medicare reform.2012/03/21
  803. NEJM Interview: Sharon-Lise Normand on medical device approval and postmarketing surveillance.2012/03/07
  804. NEJM Interview: Dr. Michael Barry on patient-centered care and shared decision making.2012/02/29
  805. NEJM Interview: Alan Weil on the states' role in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.2012/02/22
  806. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Truog on issues in medical ethics and the physician-patient relationship.2012/02/15
  807. NEJM Interview: Dr. Pieter Cohen on the regulation of dietary supplements.2012/02/01
  808. NEJM Interview: Michael Chernew on the Medicare's physician-payment system and the sustainable growth rate (SGR) formula.2012/01/25
  809. NEJM Interview: Cynthia Jackevicius on generic drugs and health care costs.2012/01/18
  810. NEJM Interview: I. Glenn Cohen on the constitutional challenge of the Affordable Care Act that will heard by the United States Supreme Court in March.2012/01/11
  811. NEJM Interview: Allan Brandt on the history of the Journal as a window into the history of medicine, science, and society.2012/01/04
  812. NEJM Interview: Dr. Robert Schwartz on the history of cancer research.2011/12/21
  813. NEJM Interview: Dr. Elliot Israel on the risks and benefits of long-acting beta agonists in the treatment of asthma and COPD.2011/12/14
  814. NEJM Interview: Dr. Jerry Avorn on the evolving approach to drug safety in the United States2011/12/07
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