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. Read more »
With millions of Americans eligible for subsidies to buy health insurance, Stanford Health Policy's Jay Bhattacharya shows the government may have underestimated its costs by billions of dollars.
Eugene Lewit, a CHP/PCOR adjunct affiliate, received a top National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) award this month for improving children’s access to health care.