Press Releases / March 14, 2022
Announcing the Finalists for the 2022 NIHCM Awards in Journalism and Research
The NIHCM Foundation is delighted to announce the finalists for the 2022 NIHCM Awards in Journalism and Research.
Press Releases / January 27, 2022
David L. Holmberg and Steven Udvarhelyi Join NIHCM Board of Directors, Karen DeSalvo Joins NIHCM Advisory Board
The National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) is delighted to announce that David L. Holmberg and Dr. Steven Udvarhelyi have joined the NIHCM Board of Directors, and Dr. Karen DeSalvo has joined the NIHCM Advisory Board.
Press Releases / January 21, 2022
Device Manufacturer Payments to Physicians May Influence Hospitals’ Purchasing Decisions - New Research Insights
The medical device industry makes substantial payments to physicians
Press Releases / January 12, 2022
NIHCM Awards $500,000 in Research Grants: Work will Explore Mental Health Care for Children, Rural Health, Health Equity, Access to Care, and more
The NIHCM Foundation has given 11 grants to leading researchers, totaling $500,000 in support health care research.
Press Releases / December 07, 2021
Sabriya Rice and William Wan join NIHCM Journalism Awards Judges Panel
We are delighted to announce that veteran journalists Sabriya Rice, a journalism professor at the University of Georgia and William Wan, a reporter for the Washington Post, have joined the judge’s panel for NIHCM's Journalism Awards.
Press Releases / December 01, 2021
Curtis Barnett New Chair of NIHCM Board of Directors
It is our pleasure to announce that Curtis Barnett, President and CEO of Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield (ABCBS), is the newly elected Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation (NIHCM).
Press Releases / September 02, 2021
Children's Mental Health: Supporting Children & the Return to School
Children’s COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise, hampering a safe return to school for students, teachers, staff and families. Schools and families are grappling with uncertainty as some schools decide to switch back to remote learning.