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Sep 15, 2023

An Unlikely Alliance: Management and Employees Joining Together for Safer Workplaces Through Replacing Hardhats with Protective Helmets

The construction industry faces a pervasive problem: work-related head injuries. In fact, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are responsible for 25% of all fatalities on construction sites. Yet for decades, workers have relied on old-fashioned hardhats which, though widely used, are less desirable than helmets...

Jack Kalavritinos

Mar 10, 2020

Coronavirus Response Requires Cooperation, Not Overreaction

The 2005 avian flu outbreak prompted the Bush administration to develop a national pandemic response strategy, which the Trump administration is diligently following and improving upon.

Jack Kalavritinos and Mitch McKeown

Jun 8, 2021

Opinion: Business Leaders Need the Tools to Defend Against the Woke Mob

If the current trajectory of the woke culture is any indication, the pressure on companies to take left-wing positions on political issues isn’t going away.
For years, the left has cleverly placed issues like climate change, racial equity, and gun control under the umbrellas of “corporate social responsibility” (CSR) and “environmental, social and governance” (ESG).

Jack Kalavritinos & Derrick Hollie

May 13, 2021

Americans Want Energy Independence, Economic Impact Assessments Before Enactment Of New Energy Legislation, And Significant Role For America's Energy Producers In Biden’s "Build Back Better" Plan

In this article, Derrick Hollie, an expert on energy poverty issues, discusses the latest TIPP Poll findings on energy independence, economic impact assessment, and the role America's energy producers must play in President Biden's "Build Back Better Plan."

Derrick Hollie

Apr 28, 2021

Back to School - Back to Work

The full reopening of schools is one of the most important decisions remaining in our fight against the pandemic, and we must get it right.
All state and local leaders should commit to re-open K–12 schools now, with the precautions that have been successfully used across the country. At a minimum, leaders should commit now to restore access to in-person learning for all by this fall – including sports and after-school activities.

Jack Kalavritinos

Jul 23, 2021

How to Temper 'Woke Capitalism' With More Inclusion and Transparency

The Biden Administration’s new Securities and Exchange Commissioner, Gary Gensler, announced he is looking into imposing new Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)-related reporting requirements on public companies. The required disclosures could include a company’s carbon footprint and experts are predicting billions in extra costs, potentially lower investor returns and a slew of lawsuits.

Jack Kalavritinos and Catherine Hoyer

May 3, 2021

The End of the European Illusion on China | Opinion

For America’s business leaders, the question shouldn’t be “how long must we ride out the storm?” The question now is “are we ready for the moment when the mob turns against my organization?”

David Wilezol

Dec 1, 2022

America’s March Toward Socialized Medicine Puts Freedom in the Crosshairs

Over 66 percent of Americans think that the country is on the wrong track, according to the latest IPSOS poll. There has been a lot to be concerned about: economic instability and inflation reducing people's paychecks, crime spiking at breakneck speed, and the feeling of Americans losing their freedoms – in particular with their children at school and on personal healthcare issues. On the health front – issues revolving around choice, the doctor-patient relationship, and access to innovation – matter greatly to the average American.

Jack Kalavritinos and Ryan Ellis

Apr 7, 2020

COVID-19 Response Elevates Pharma in Public's Eye

The coronavirus crisis our nation and the world are enduring has impacted how the public views health care innovation and the innovators themselves. Recent polling by APCO Worldwide, a global communications and crisis-management consultancy, shows...

Jack Kalavritinos

Apr 10, 2020

Is pharma's public perception picking up around COVID-19? New poll shows first signs

Jack Kalavritinos said the handful of pharma insights uncovered in the broader surveys of Americans across healthcare and vaccines may indicate the first signs of a shift in consumer attitude.

Beth Snyder Bulik

Jun 6, 2023

The Key to Future Pandemics – Engage the Private Sector Early and Often

At a recent meeting of health care advocates in Washington, I had the privilege of welcoming Brett Giroir, MD, who discussed his new book, “Memoir of a Pandemic: Fighting COVID from the Front Lines to the White House.”

He emphasized that the biggest successes of the COVID pandemic response occurred in the areas where the public and private sectors worked together.

Jack Kalavritinos


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