Together, we’re working to increase the capabilities and skills of researchers, producers, and users; and to help policymakers and practitioners make evidence-informed decisions. We offer high quality programs and services to anticipate, respond to, and address the needs of our members and an evolving health system.
Members enjoy exclusive access to:
- SPIN, the world's largest database of funding opportunities housing over $3 billion in grants, scholarships, and training & fellowship programs around the globe;
- Membership Resource Library, a database that houses over 400 nationwide scholarships, internships, and fellowships;
- A selection of course syllabi submitted by faculty from health services research and related disciplines nationwide;
- Discounts on registration fees for AcademyHealth meetings; subscriptions to our official journals, Health Affairs and HSR; online access to the Milbank Quarterly; and discounts on more than 35 health journals and newsletters;
- Discount rates on the FAIR Health National Private Insurance Claims Database (FH NPIC);
- Scholarships and fellowships;
- New Investigator Small Grant Program, which funds innovative, timely and relevant research and translation activities for new researchers;
- Leadership opportunities through Interest Groups, councils, and committees;
- Recognition opportunities through a high profile awards program;
- Employment listings and membership opportunities;
- Weekly newsletters with upcoming events, new publications, and details about what’s happening in Washington, D.C.;
- Regular updates on events in Washington that affect HSR and health policy through updates and alerts from our advocacy team; and
- A members-only online community where colleagues can explore issues and connect with peers.
“[AcademyHealth is] a broader tent under which health services researchers, policy analysts and those that care about health can convene. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere in the world."
Jonathan Weiner, DrPH, Recipient of the 2015 HSR Impact Award, Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health