AcademyHealth, Boston Children’s Hospital, and FamilyVoices, partner to support five Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)-funded demonstration sites to optimize health and well-being for children with medical complexity and their families while also achieving health equity for these populations.
AcademyHealth named April Joy Damian, Ph.D., M.Sc., as our senior scholar in residence.
AcademyHealth and the Donaghue Foundation partner to increase care that is equitable, of high-value, and improves health for all.
AcademyHealth, ABIM Foundation name University of Michigan’s Jodyn Platt as a Senior Scholar in Residence
Providing scholarly guidance to the recently created Research Community on Trust, the new scholar will help to raise visibility of the trust agenda, including writing on emerging issues in trust and health care.
This milestone is an opportunity to reflect on our impact and set our sights on the field of the future.
"Community Drivers of Health" series highlights policy solutions to improve food, housing and transportation access for better health
A new series of policy papers offers some of the most comprehensive analyses to date of the economic and social conditions that influence health, along with evidence-based policy opportunities to address them.
AcademyHealth continues to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the health services and policy workforce. This blog post provides an update on recent activities and highlights new resources for the field.
Advisory Group on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Health Services and Policy Research Releases Recommendations
External advisors have submitted their report and recommendations to AcademyHealth to inform the development of a sustainable, action-oriented strategy to address diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the field.
AcademyHealth and the ABIM Foundation partner to advance research to improve trust in the U.S. health care system.
New research published in JAMA reveals that Black enrollees were considerably less likely than white enrollees to be treated with medications for opioid use disorder and were less likely to have continuity of such treatment. Results are based on data from the Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN), supported by AcademyHealth.