Research shows mental health care consumers value provider performance data, among other factors, when making treatment decisions.
Studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting shed new light on health disparities
Margo Edmunds, director of the AcademyHealth Center for Diversity, Inclusion and Minority Engagement in Health Services and Policy Research, highlights sessions on disparities and health equity at next week’s Annual Research Meeting during which attendees will have the chance to see the field from different perspectives.
Amidst a myriad of health policy changes, physician advocacy is now more relevant than ever. AcademyHealth member, Dr. Anita Shah and coauthor Dr. Abby Nerlinger highlight a tool for documenting a scholarly approach to advocacy.
Welcome to Better Decisions Together! A New Forum to Highlight Leading Research and Perspectives in Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support
New eGEMs section seeks to realize the dream of genuine patient-centered clinical decision support.
The March 2017 issue of Milbank Quarterly features papers on the latest evidence on issues from health disparities to low-value care.
Will evidence matter in 2017? If we want to truly transform health and health care in this country, it must. AcademyHealth President and CEO Lisa Simpson writes about the key areas in health policy where evidence should matter most.
Systematic, measurable, and avoidable disparities exist in health and health care. Health services researchers and the organizations that fund them have an increasing role to play in developing solutions for the factors that currently contribute to health care disparities.