Community Health Centers Minimize Health Disparities, But No Evidence of Recent Change
No reduced racial/ethnic disparities in diabetes control, hypertension control, or birthweight in community health center patients between 2009 and 2014.
Burn Survivors on New Tool to Track Social Recovery
New online tool will help researchers assess social impact of burn injury from perspective of burn survivors
In Conversation With
‘It’s Important to Do What We Can’
Julia Raifman on how policy affects health of LGBT populations, why US government needs to start counting transgender people, and translating research into action.
‘Disruptive’ New Healthcare Company: The Devil Will Be in the Details
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase’s recently announced endeavor will need to address both the drivers of high costs and the barriers to optimal patient satisfaction.
In pursuit of public health and social justice.
As a national leader in training healthcare policymakers and managers, the Department of Health Law, Policy & Management (HLPM) helps students develop the expertise and tools they’ll need to meet the challenges facing today’s healthcare system. We offer rigorous, competency-based educational programs that include the country’s largest concentration of health law faculty and courses.
At the heart of HLPM lies an exceptional, multidisciplinary faculty that specializes in engaging teaching methods; active learning; and a wide variety of innovative research projects, including analyzing current Medicare and Medicaid policy, studying drug policy and regulation, and evaluating racial and ethnic variations in patient care.
HLPM faculty members are widely published experts in health law, bioethics, human rights, policy, health services, and economics and implementation science, and address real-world problems by serving as members of state, national, and international committees and task forces. They have received both national and global recognition.
Health Law, Policy & Management News
- Published On 6/5/2018Using Evidence to Inform State Health Policymaking: Lessons from Four States Comparing Obamacare and Infant MortalityJournal of Health Policy, Politics, and Law
- Published On 5/1/2018Antitransgender Political Backlash Threatens Health and Access to Care.American journal of public healthread at PubMed
- Published On 4/13/2018State-Level Trends in the Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) from 2000 to 2012: A Reanalysis of Findings from the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Network.Journal of autism and developmental disordersread at PubMed
- Published On 4/12/2018Undermining the ACA through the executive branch and federalism: what the Trump administration''s approach to health reform means for older Americans.Journal of aging & social policyread at PubMed
- Published On 4/10/2018Can Older Adults Accurately Report their Use of Physical Rehabilitation Services?Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitationread at PubMed
- Published On 4/10/2018A series of unfortunate events: implications of Republican efforts to repeal and replace the affordable care act for older adults.Journal of aging & social policyread at PubMed
- Published On 4/5/2018Insights into early stage of antibiotic development in small- and medium-sized enterprises: a survey of targets, costs, and durations.Journal of pharmaceutical policy and practiceread at PubMed
- Published On 4/5/2018Contemporary Reviews in Critical Care Medicine: Atrial Fibrillation in the Intensive Care Unit.Chestread at PubMed
- Published On 4/5/2018Factors associated with internal medicine physician job attitudes in the Veterans Health Administration.BMC health services researchread at PubMed
- Published On 4/1/2018Opening Up the Black Box of Peer Review.Physical therapyread at PubMed