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Research Award

The NIHCM Foundation Health Care Research Award recognizes outstanding published work from researchers furthering innovation in health care financing, delivery and organization or the implementation of health care policy.


Application Information

We are now accepting entries for our 27th Annual Research Award. The entry deadline is January 19, 2021. Please enter by clicking on the button below.

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27th Annual Research Award Process

Prize

A $20,000 prize will be presented to the winner.

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Eligibility

  • Articles must have been published in a peer-reviewed journal during calendar year 2020 either in print or online. (An article cannot be submitted in more than one competition year.)
  • All research articles must address some aspect of health care financing, delivery, organization or policy implementation.

Entry

  • Deadline: January 19, 2021
  • Entry is free
  • Limit two entries per entrant

Selection Criteria

  • Originality and creativity of the research
  • Impact that the research may have in advancing the public policy debate or improving health care delivery and management
  • Relevance to one or more of the subject areas (health care financing, delivery and organization and/or the implementation of health care policy)

Judges

Laurence C. Baker

Professor & Chair of Health Research and Policy, Stanford University

Tsung-Mei Cheng

Health Policy Research Analyst, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, Princeton University

William Custer

Associate Professor & Director, Center for Health Services Research, Georgia State University

Karen DeSalvo

Chief Health Officer, Google

Sherry Glied

Dean, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University

Vicky Gregg

Consultant

Joseph P. Newhouse

John D. MacArthur Professor of Health Policy and Management, Harvard University

Mark Pauly

Professor of Health Care Management & Business Economics and Public Policy, University of Pennsylvania

Gail R. Wilensky

Senior Fellow, Project HOPE