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Press Releases / December 19, 2019

NIHCM Resources on 2019's Biggest Health Care Challenges

At NIHCM, our mission is to transform health care through evidence and collaboration. This year, we expanded our portfolio in support of this mission, working with experts in the field to bring you a host of resources on the biggest challenges in health care:

Press Releases / December 18, 2019

Karen DeSalvo and Aaron Carroll Join NIHCM Awards Judges Panel

Karen DeSalvo and Aaron E. Carroll have joined the independent judges panel of NIHCM Foundation's Annual Health Care Research and Journalism Awards.

November 12, 2019

How Algorithms Can Exacerbate Racial Disparities - New Research Insights

This research highlights the need to assess the potential for bias in algorithms used throughout the health care industry and beyond.

Press Releases / October 18, 2019

Leaders Discuss How to Build Healthier Communities

NIHCM Foundation recently hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill to discuss how to build healthier communities.

Press Releases / June 19, 2019

Scott Gottlieb, Sherry Glied, Katherine Baicker Join NIHCM Advisory Board

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Sherry Glied, PhD, and Katherine Baicker, PhD, have joined the Advisory Board of the NIHCM Foundation.

June 05, 2019

LARC Access Reduced Teen Births - New Research Insights

This Research Insights summarizes new work by NIHCM grantee Jason Lindo and colleagues, which found that the impact of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative varied by distance to the clinic, age, race and ethnicity and awareness of the program due to media coverage.

May 29, 2019

Overuse of Health Care: A Persistent Regional Problem - New Research Insights

This Research Insights summarizes the work finding that the geographic patterns of overuse among the commercially insured were similar to those of the Medicare population, and that systemic overuse was lower in rural regions of states than in metropolitan areas.

Press Releases / May 16, 2019

The NIHCM Awards: 25 Years of Outstanding Research & Journalism

NIHCM Foundation hosted the 25th Annual NIHCM Awards at the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. to recognize outstanding health care research and journalism.