Through a five-year contract with the Michigan Department of Community Health, IHPI members will study many aspects of the state program.
A pair of IHPI members has published a major review of the evidence related to mild cognitive impairment, the troubling but not life-altering collection of memory and thinking changes that affect as many as one in five older Americans.
New study published in New England Journal of Medicine looks at key health measures among seniors.
U-M Law Professor Nicholas Bagley looks at the recent case King v. Burwell and its implications for healthcare reform.
Take the opportunity to participate in the University's first campus-wide, massive open online course (MOOC) on health policy.
Medicaid expansions have the potential to revolutionize healthcare — what impact will they have?
Health of Communities
Our nation is only as healthy as our most vulnerable citizens. What should be done to better the health of at-risk communities like Detroit?
How can we make the most of every dollar spent on healthcare?
From new technologies to best practices, what tools can we deploy to make healthcare safer and more effective?