Dr. Gerald Kominski, director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and professor of FSPH health policy and management was quoted on June 22 by NPR about the failure of Medicare to serve enrollees' complex needs.
Dr. Jack Needleman, chair of FSPH Health Policy and Management, was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal about his research that found long-term-care facilities discharging patients at lucrative times.
Teni Adewumi, environmental justice research coordinator at Black Women for Wellness and FSPH Industrial Hygiene student, was interviewed by Think Progress & HuffPost Live about environmental health risks among hair salon workers.
BBC Mundo interviewed Dr. Alex Ortega in a news story on how Latinos living in the United States have longer life expectancies than non-Hispanic whites, yet deal with higher rates of poverty and health issues like diabetes and obesity.
Using maps and global data from FSPH's WORLD Policy Analysis Center, Vox and HBO’s John Oliver Tonight took the Mother’s Day weekend as an opportunity to highlight the lack of of a national paid maternal leave policy in the U.S.
ABC News cites WORLD Policy Analysis Center data in a news story about how the U.S. is the world’s only high-income country in which mothers are not ensured paid leave to care for their newborn children.