Health Systems and Reform | Editor Biography
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Michael R. Reich
Michael R. Reich is the Taro Takemi Professor Emeritus in the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and is founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal Health Systems & Reform.
Dr. Reich's research activities address the political dimensions of public health policy, and his research interests include health system strengthening and reform, access to medicines and pharmaceutical policy, and the political economy of the policy-making process. Dr. Reich obtained his Ph.D. in Political Science at Yale University in 1981, after receiving his B.A. in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and M.A. in East Asian Studies, both also at Yale.
Dr. Reich joined the Harvard faculty in 1983 and has worked on health systems with colleagues at Harvard for over three decades. Among his many publications, he is co-author of the landmark book on health systems: Getting Health Reform Right: A Guide to Improving Performance and Equity (by M.J. Roberts, W. Hsiao, P. Berman, and M.R. Reich, Oxford, 2004; 2019 with new introduction). For additional information see: michaelrreich.com.
Health Systems & Reform
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It is the mission of Health Systems & Reform to create a global platform for sharing cutting-edge knowledge, skills, and lessons in health systems and reform, for leaders, professionals, and students. Most importantly, the journal contributes to strengthening health systems and to improving care delivered.
The journal is committed to publishing articles that examine the processes and the consequences of health reform efforts around the world. Research articles and commentaries in HS&R address critical topics in health systems financing, health systems management, public health, health policy, and health economics. HS&R includes commentaries from healthcare leaders, such as ministers of health, CEOs of healthcare companies, directors of international agencies, and heads of nonprofit and nongovernmental institutions. These leaders share their experiences, concerns, and policy lessons with a global audience.
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|District Governance and Improved Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health in South Africa: Pathways of Change||Helen Schneider, Asha George, Fidele Mukinda & Hanani Tabana||Access article|
|Political Analysis for Health Policy Implementation||Paola Abril Campos & Michael R. Reich||Access article|
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