The United States and other countries face a critical shortage of the lifesaving machines — and no easy way to lift production.
Kate TaylorThe CEO of a small ventilator company near Seattle has "received inquiries from a number of wealthy individuals hoping to buy their own personal ventilators, a fallback plan in case the American hospital system buckles."
Ms. Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for her role in encouraging a friend — in texts and phone calls — to carry out his suicide.
Kate TaylorThe Supreme Court has declined to review the case of Michelle Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for her role in encouraging a friend to commit suicide. Here's a reminder of what made Carter's case so unusual
Bureaucratic delays — known as sludge — can be useful. But some sludge — as in health care — can be fatal.
Kate TaylorWhy requiring doctors to get a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine - the gold-standard treatment for opioid use disorder - violates everything we've learned from behavioral economics. Great essay by my husband
@jeremyfaust and @CassSunstein