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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.
Press Releases / July 21, 2021
Physician Burnout: Strategies to Promote Resilience Among Physicians
Physician burnout and mental health have been long standing issues within the medical community, which were only exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. This collection of resources shares what physician burnout is and why it may occur, as well as strategies to reduce its burden on both clinicians and patients.
Press Releases / April 21, 2021
NIHCM Statement on the Derek Chauvin Verdict
Press Releases / April 20, 2021
Winners Announced for the 27th Annual NIHCM Awards
The 2021 NIHCM Awards in Journalism and Research recognize extraordinary work accomplished under extraordinary circumstances.
Press Releases / March 18, 2021
Hospital Mergers Can Hold Down Wage Growth for Some Health Care Workers - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a new study that is the first to look at the labor market impact of hospital mergers.
Press Releases / March 10, 2021
Finalists Announced for the 27th Annual NIHCM Awards in Journalism and Research
The NIHCM Foundation is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2021 NIHCM Awards in journalism and research.
March 01, 2021
Patients Find it Hard to Price Shop for Health Care - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a new study that shows difficulty of relying on patients to price shop for care.
February 23, 2021
High Deductibles May Encourage Smarter Patient Decisions About Low-Value Care Use - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights a new study that shows high deductibles can reduce spending for low-value care.