When states tried the all-payer model decades ago, it largely didn't live up to its cost-cutting goals. But Vermont is taking a slightly different approach.
Unlike America, which has one of the highest infant mortality rates of developed countries, Finland has one of the world's lowest.
With most newborn screenings still done on paper, there’s a born-again push to improve and speed up the process for detecting health problems.
Turnover in the field has reached crisis levels in some places, forcing them to figure out how to hire and keep the right people.