Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research Stanford University



Foreign Aid
Health care aid for developing countries boosts life expectancy, study finds

Health care aid is directly linked to an increase in life expectancy and a decrease in child mortality in developing countries, according to a new study by CHP/PCOR researchers. Read more »


Rethinking Health Care
Stanford researchers launch new approach to health policy in India

Grant Miller and Nomita Divi are spearheading the Stanford India Health Policy Initiative, a program that rethinks health care in India. The initiative’s focus comes from the people who regularly confront problems with the country's health care services and strives to understand why patients and providers don’t always make seemingly logical decisions.



CHP/PCOR’s three new faculty members bring a varied background in behavioral health economics, law and children’s health outcomes

Three researchers, whose work spans the globe as well as disciplines, have joined CHP/PCOR. They include a health law professor, a physician economist interested in how behavioral issues influence patient outcomes, and another physician economist who will focus on health economic issues among children in developing countries.

September 11, 2013
Stanford researchers: Feds likely miscalculated health care costs



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