The Harvard Health Policy Review serves as a forum for compelling issues in healthcare and health policy. Founded in 1999 by a group of Harvard undergraduates seeking to discuss health policy in a context outside of the classroom, the Review features content from experts in academia, the public sector, and the private sector. Just as healthcare is a multi-disciplinary subject, the Review strives to publish non-partisan articles from all academic disciplines, from commentaries on current trends to full-length research manuscripts. The goals of the Review are two-fold: to inform readers about complex problems facing our healthcare system, and to promote discussion of timely issues in the niche field of health policy. Our audience includes students, researchers, and policymakers with an academic or professional interest in health policy, healthcare, or global health.
In the spring of 2016, the Review published its last semiannual print issue, keeping up with current trends in journalism and communication. The Review now hosts all of its content on its newly redesigned online platform, hhpronline.org.