AcademyHealth member and first time Annual Research Meeting (ARM) attendee, Allison Lewinski highlights the importance of multidisciplinary collaborations for better, more impactful research.
Studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting examine the relationship between health spending and social spending and point to budget-neutral.
New studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting highlight the unintended consequences of Tennessee’s Fetal Assault Law and how cost-saving efforts may not achieve reduced spending in Medicare.
New evidence presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting reveals the relationships between paid family leave and breastfeeding, Medicaid expansion and eviction rates, as well as the first ever prevalence estimates of food insecurity in Medicare.
From hospital readmissions to repeat visits to the emergency department, studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting highlight important implications for health system decision makers.
As the 2019 Annual Research Meeting (ARM) convenes in the nation’s capital, , AcademyHealth President and CEO Lisa Simpson reflects on the evolving needs of the field of health services research (HSR).
Entrance Points – the Easy Way to Build Meaningful Connections through Networking at AcademyHealth’s #ARM19
AcademyHealth Director of Membership, Angélica Rodríguez, highlights tips to maximize networking opportunities at the 2019 Annual Research Meeting.
In the first study to look at immigrants’ role in financing private health insurance, findings contradict assertions that people born in the US are systematically subsidizing the medical care of immigrants.
Catherine Hersey and Shellery Ebron, both of AcademyHealth organizational affiliate RTI, describe key takeaways from last June’s Annual Research Meeting with a focus on the importance of using stories to make research findings relatable to diverse audiences across a variety of settings.
Several particularly notable moments at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting suggested that patient-centered approaches will continue to feature, significantly and sustainably, as the field of health services research (HSR) advances.