Protests prove that government isn’t afraid to reopen society

Protests prove that government isn’t afraid to reopen society

OPINION -- State and local governments’ acceptance of widespread protests over the last couple of weeks is an admission that society is ready to reopen from its coronavirus-induced shutdown.

Letter to Governor Walz on State-wide Hospital Surveillance System

Letter to Governor Walz on State-wide Hospital Surveillance System

Letter to Sen. Lamar Alexander Supporting Parental Consent Rights for Newborn Screening

Letter to Sen. Lamar Alexander Supporting Parental Consent Rights for Newborn Screening

Minnesota’s COVID-19 Graph Distorts the Truth

Minnesota’s COVID-19 Graph Distorts the Truth

Minnesotans need accurate data. Data on COVID-19 infections and deaths--and the modeling of that data--is key to decision-making during this public health emergency.

Letter to President Trump: Postpone the Real ID Deadline Permanently

Letter to President Trump:  Postpone the Real ID Deadline Permanently

Letter to Sen. Mitch McConnell -- Protect Direct Primary Care

Letter to Sen. Mitch McConnell -- Protect Direct Primary Care

"Made-in-America Healthcare Act" Letter to President Donald J. Trump

'Made-in-America Healthcare Act' Letter to President Donald J. Trump

Made-in-America Healthcare Act

Made-in-America Healthcare Act

GOP Should Stay Clear of Medicare Advantage Model When Reforming Health Care System

GOP Should Stay Clear of Medicare Advantage Model When Reforming Health Care System

Burdensome Regulations Pushing Doctors Out of Medicine

Burdensome Regulations Pushing Doctors Out of Medicine

According to a recent study from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the nation may face a shortage of nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032, Healthcare Dive has reported.