Health Management and Policy

A person holding a smartphone.

Technology and inequality, surveillance, and privacy during COVID-19

Op-Ed by Denise Anthony

The increasing availability of so-called Internet of Things (IoT) technology has comforted, entertained, facilitated work and learning, and safeguarded us at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But while these computing and “smart” technologies were facilitating our interaction, work, school and health care, they were also becoming embedded into our social worlds in ways that have important sociological implications.

Two people working at a desk taking notes on computer

The Mathematics Behind Successful Leadership

Editorial by Maulik S. Joshi

As we all develop as leaders, it is worth noting that several of our leadership skills tie back to a subject many of us did not like as kids – mathematics! An article about math and leadership may lead many of you to move on to something more exciting, but for those who are ready to entertain the idea, you might find this interesting; even though it is the opinion of someone who didn’t do much with their college math degree.

An elderly woman and doctor talking in a telehealth visit via computer.

Telehealth Services for the Elderly Should Include Caregivers

New research from Michigan Public Health

Family caregivers who would have been involved in in-person care for the elderly were left out of telehealth visits during the pandemic, according to a new observational study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.