Press Releases / December 20, 2018
NIHCM Doubles Prize Money for 25th Annual Research and Journalism Awards
NIHCM is pleased to announce it is doubling its monetary prizes for the 25th Annual Research and Journalism Awards in spring 2019.
Press Releases / November 30, 2018
NIHCM Celebrates 25 Years of Transforming Health Care
NIHCM hosted an anniversary dinner at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery to celebrate 25 years of transforming health care.
October 09, 2018
Hospital and Insurer Market Structures Affect Pricing Variation - New Research Insights
This Research Insights summarizes newly published findings from NIHCM grantee, Zack Cooper and colleagues, who took a comprehensive look at what is driving this variation in private insurers’ prices.
October 02, 2018
Reference Pricing Could Reduce Health Spending by Changing Provider Pricing - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights findings from a paper, showing that provider-side price responses exist but appear to be modest.
September 12, 2018
New Study Points to Difficulty of Focusing Waste Reduction Efforts on EOL Care - New Research Insights
This Research Insights highlights findings that show the difficulty of predicting who will die and how soon death will occur.
Press Releases / May 09, 2018
Winners Named in 24th Annual NIHCM Research and Journalism Awards
NIHCM Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of this year's NIHCM Awards. The winning entries were chosen by independent panels of highly esteemed journalists and researchers.
Press Releases / January 01, 2018
NIHCM Foundation Supports Seven New Health Care Studies
NIHCM Foundation has awarded seven grants to support high quality, investigator-initiated research. These grants are a core part of NIHCM’s efforts to transform health care through evidence and collaboration.
December 12, 2017
New Study Finds Some Nursing Homes Inflate Their Ratings Through Rosy Self-Assessments - New Research Insights
This Research Insights summarizes a new paper, finding evidence that a small percentage of facilities are using self-reporting to inflate their ratings—particularly larger and for-profit facilities.