AcademyHealth presents research nominated as the best abstract for each theme from the 2023 Call for Abstracts, exploring topics related to patient-centered research, mental health and substance use, women’s health, and more.
New Zealand Provides a Powerful Example of Centering Health Equity in National Policy, Though Challenges Remain
AcademyHealth Vice President Michael Gluck reflects on the New Zealand stop of the AcademyHealth and Commonwealth Fund study tour and spotlights efforts at health system reforms that may serve as an example for the U.S.
The Milbank Quarterly's centennial anniversary issue, The Future of Population Health: Major Challenges and Opportunities, honors the journal’s legacy by looking ahead. Articles examine climate change, policing as a social determinant of health, the next alternative payment models, and much more.
U.S. Health Care Leaders Embark on International Study Tour for Knowledge Exchange in Health Care and Policy
U.S. health care leaders will explore health care delivery and policy landscapes in New Zealand, Australia, and Singapore as part of an 11-day international study tour with the Commonwealth Fund and AcademyHealth.
AcademyHealth, funded by Kaiser Permanente, launched a new project working with leaders in public health research and practice to set a research agenda to guide and evaluate public health system improvements.
The Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute (ESHPI) developed a Post-COVID-related research agenda, funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Engagement Award Program, exploring how Medicaid can examine the long-term impact on beneficiaries and the program.
The final post in our Weitzman Institute blog series on conducting health equity research during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights lessons learned in a national, multi-site study involving the implementation of a novel intervention in Federally Qualified Health Centers.
This third post in our Weitzman Institute blog series on conducting health equity research during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights research-related challenges and opportunities in working with community-based organizations and local government agencies.
This research brief summarizes a portfolio of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation investments, including a research program managed by AcademyHealth, that examined how businesses might use anchor approaches to invest in the health and well-being of the communities where they are located.
This post is the first in the Health Equity Research Beyond COVID-19 Series, which highlights lessons learned when conducting research with marginalized and vulnerable communities during the pandemic, and implications for how to ensure the way in which we go about doing research is patient- and community-affirming.