This week marks the debut of JAMA Health Forum as a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal focused on health policy, health care systems, and global and public health.1,2 The journal is the newest member of the family of JAMA Network specialty journals. In January 2020, JAMA Health Forum was launched as an online health policy channel (https://jamanetwork.com/channels/health-forum), posting insights and commentaries by a wide range of US and international authors, invited commentaries by health policy experts, and news stories on timely policy issues and reports.3,4 As of April 8, 2021, these posts have been viewed approximately 1.7 million times by readers around the world.
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Ayanian JZ, Buntin MB, Donohue JM, Ibrahim SA, Zaslavsky AM. The Debut of JAMA Health Forum as a Peer-Reviewed Journal. JAMA Health Forum. 2021;2(5):e210847. doi:10.1001/jamahealthforum.2021.0847