Lisa Simpson, AcademyHealth President and CEO, delivered opening remarks at the virtual Annual Research Meeting yesterday, describing how we as a field collectively have the resources, talents, and skills to help make a better, more equitable, and more just normal, the new reality.
As our Annual Research Meeting kicks off, we’re highlighting all the ways AcademyHealth is #MoreThanAMeeting. AcademyHealth Director Megan Collado, who manages research grantmaking programs, highlights ways we work with grantees to widely disseminate their research findings.
As we prepare for our Annual Research Meeting next week, AcademyHealth President and CEO Dr. Lisa Simpson kicks off a blog series highlighting how AcademyHealth is #MoreThanAMeeting by describing the way we work year-round to improve health and health care for all.
After several years of working to diversify the health services research (HSR) workforce and build a community through networking and mentoring, we want and need to do much more to accelerate systemic change.
Lisa Simpson, AcademyHealth President and CEO, delivered opening remarks at the first virtual Annual Research Meeting today, highlighting changes needed in the field of HSR in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide protests against racism.
AcademyHealth President and CEO Dr. Lisa Simpson announces AcademyHealth’s decision to cancel the in-person meeting and pivot to a virtual convening later in the summer.
While closely monitoring the impact of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), the 2020 Annual Research Meeting (ARM) is proceeding as planned at this time. The status of other AcademyHealth meetings and events is being updated on a case-by-case basis.
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.