Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

Recent Events

June 13, 2019 | 02:00 PM ET

The final part in our four-part Defying Despair series, this webinar discussed ongoing efforts to increase access to evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder and guide people on a path to recovery.

May 16, 2019 | 01:30 PM ET

Manufacturer practices under the current patent system have come under scrutiny for blocking or delaying the entry of generic or biosimilar drugs into the market. During this webinar, panelists explored the relationship between patents, prices and patient access.

May 08, 2019 | 01:00 PM ET

The third part in our Defying Despair series delved deeper into the data on suicides and explored a range of initiatives designed to prevent suicide in different communities.

April 11, 2019 | 12:00 PM ET

The second part in our Defying Despair series, this webinar focused on current trends in mental and behavioral health and programs designed to turn the tide for the better.

March 27, 2019 | 01:00 PM ET

The first segment in a four-part series entitled “Defying Despair,” this webinar explored the scientific research on well-being and the steps to applying those findings in our daily life.

January 25, 2019 | 01:00 PM ET

Physicians estimate that more than 20% of medical care is unnecessary and can cause serious patient harm. This webinar reviewed additional approaches to curbing unnecessary medical treatments and spending.

January 22, 2019 | 01:00 PM ET

During this webinar, panelists discussed health disparities in rural America, provided an overview of the current trend in rural hospital closures and gave insights into the economic and medical impacts of closures on these rural communities.

December 05, 2018 | 10:11 AM ET

Health care topped voter concerns in the run-up to the midterm elections, beating out the economy and jobs. And voters were right to be concerned. In this webinar, two leading experts – a Republican and a Democrat — decoded the election outcome so reporters could inform their audiences of what’s next.