The largest meeting of health services researchers and policy analysts
Robin Gelburd of FAIR Health, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, highlights findings from a recent white paper around the growth of alternative places of health care service and medical pricing.
This 2015-2017 Progress Report details how AcademyHealth worked with our members, partners, and funders to make both health care and research better all with the aim of making health and health care better for everybody.
AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health team identified four major element domains that influence the conditions and collaborations associated with how health care purchasers, plans, and providers might support strategies for sustainable funding and financing activities and infrastructure that can bolster non-clinical community-wide population health.
Niall Brennan of Health Care Cost Institute, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, announces a new data access and pricing policy to enable robust research needed for informed debate on reform and innovation in the health care system.
Recent study findings, highlighted this week in Health Affairs, find that consumers rely on sources outside the traditional health care system when making decisions about their health. A new call for proposals seeks to build the evidence base on building trust within the health care system.
Does Twitter help create more evidence-informed health policy? AcademyHealth members Sarah Gollust, Zachary Meisel, and David Grande share their efforts to answer this complicated question.
Keeping stakeholders engaged throughout the research process is essential to ensuring research makes a difference in policy and practice. Laura Lagendyk of NVivo, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, shares a practical example of one way to help stakeholders make the link between data and the relevance to the research.
This webinar provides information about a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation call for proposals for research studies examining how to build trust and mutual respect to meet vulnerable patients’ health care needs.
This webinar provides a review of trends in statistical methods used in public health, resources for the effective use of public health data, and implications for training needs in the public health workforce.