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


This webinar explored what’s behind the disturbingly high U.S. maternal mortality rates, looking for solutions in California, a state that has become a national leader in efforts to reduce deaths and improve pregnancy outcomes.


Health Care Delivery

This Research Insights highlights a study finding that reducing initial opioids prescriptions from seven days worth of opioids to three or fewer days had positive health and economic benefits.


This six-episode podcast will explore what goes wrong in the places meant to keep us healthy — and what that says about holes in our regulatory systems.


Recognizing that the U.S. is ill-prepared to handle health care issues related to the ongoing shift to an older population with longer lifespans, this series of articles will explore research on aging-related diseases and disorders; health care delivery, cost and payment, including caregiving; and evidence-based solutions.


Given the rise in double mastectomies that may not be medically necessary, this series will examine women’s attitudes, clinician behaviors, and research on breast cancer treatment.

This series will investigate the treatment and management of chronic kidney disease in the United States, from dialysis centers and transplants to Medicare payments and hospice care, and the ethical issues attending each.


Building off of previous award-winning work, this national project will investigate mergers surrounding the pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) industry and the impact on consumers. This multimedia investigation will include data visualizations, video, podcasts and print reporting.


This Research Insights highlights a new study on hospital consolidation that did not find improvements in the quality of care following hospital acquisition.


This chart story examines the latest data on hospital consolidation, including trends, impacts, future outlook and proposed policy solutions.