Podcast: Ashish Jha on Health Care Payment Reform, COVID-19 and Health Policy Twitter
When we launched A Health Podysseyin 2020, our goal was to take listeners beyond the research published in Health affairs.
For A Health Podysseyanniversary of, we wanted to take listeners to a Excursion and speak with someone who embodies so much of what brings professionals in the fields of health policy and health services. Ashish Jha from Brown University School of Public Health is a widely published scholar whose public voice derives from a combination of in-depth expertise and a unique ability to explain complex concepts in accessible language. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Jha’s knowledge of the virus has helped many people navigate thorny and complicated public health issues.
Jha’s most recent post in Health affairs was a commentary post where he and his co-authors discussed add a climate lens to health policy discussions in the United States Before joining Brown University, he was at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.
Today, Ashish Jha joins Health affairs‘Editor-in-chief Alan Weil to discuss what he has learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, the positives he sees for healthcare payment reform and how he uses social media .
This episode is sponsored by the Master of Health Care Innovation from the University of Pennsylvania.
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