Climate Scientists Are Scrambling to Protect Their Data, Should Public Health Researchers Be Doing The Same?

**UPDATE BELOW** The scientific community has generally been appalled with the various statements/actions/threats/tweets/insinuations/insults coming out of the Trump administration.  This isn’t meant to be a political statement, this is just based on the scientific community’s response to having their life’s work questioned by a small group of people that don’t know anything about what they … Continue reading

Advertisement

HIT Wades Into The Election Cycle, However Briefly

Last at at NBC’s Commander in Chief Forum, HIT made a brief and fleeting appearance in a response by Hillary Clinton to a question relating to veterans’ satisfaction with the VA.  Donald Trump was not asked the question because the candidates were only asked questions up to the level of difficulty that reflects their aptitude.  … Continue reading

The Big Black Hole of HIT in American Politics

Healthcare is always a prominent topic in the American political election cycle and this current one is proving to be no different.  Yet, throughout all of the blustering about saving lives and curing diseases, what most politicians usually hone in on is health insurance and understandably so.  Health insurance is the medium through which most … Continue reading