The Institute is built upon a rich history of health services research, exemplified in dozens of pre-existing and emerging centers and programs working toward the common goal of tackling today's most challenging health care topics. IHPI provides the venue and resources to bring these groups together to accelerate knowledge and improvements in the quality, safety, equity and affordability of health care.
A group of investigators based at the University of Michigan and at a number of other institutions researching ways to improve Access, Costs, Utilization, Transitions and Effectiveness through multidisciplinary health services research across the acute care continuum.
An interdisciplinary group of investigators based at the University of Michigan and the Ann Arbor VA Center for Clinical Management Research studying the quality of cancer care across the continuum of care from prevention to survivorship.
A joint program sponsored by the University of Michigan Medical School and the Ann Arbor VA that integrates bioethics with key social science disciplines to improve health care policy and practice to benefit patients and their families, health care providers, third-party payers, policy makers, and the general public.
Housed within the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, CODA experts offer consultation to evaluate and develop new health outcomes measures using state-of-the-art methods, and inform the creation and refinement of interventions to improve the health-related quality of life.
CHCR integrates behavioral science, technology, and art to create and research health interventions that inspire informed health decisions, broaden access to health information, and advance the field of health communications.
Established within the College of Engineering and incorporating health services researchers from engineering, medicine, nursing, public health and other U-M schools and colleges, the mission of CHEPS is to improve the safety and quality of healthcare delivery through a multi-disciplinary, systems engineering-based approach.
A consortium of over 100 faculty and staff, including clinician scientists, economists, biostatisticians, epidemiologists and other social scientists from the U-M Medical School and School of Public Health aiming to improve the efficiency of healthcare in the United States, by optimizing clinical practice and informing health policy.
The center comprises the work of a large, diverse, multidisciplinary group of researchers and program specialists who study chronic disease prevention and management, and disseminate proven interventions to help change policy and practice.
Value-Based Insurance Design (V-BID) is built on the principle of lowering or removing financial barriers to essential, high-value clinical services. This center promotes the development, implementation, and evaluation of insurance benefit programs that incorporate value-based insurance design principles.
A multidisciplinary health services research unit, based in the Division of General Pediatrics, that brings together faculty from multiple pediatric subspecialty disciplines, other departments from the school of medicine and across the University of Michigan to address the most pressing child health issues of the day.
A division of the Department of Urology at the University of Michigan training leaders in the field through a federally funded fellowship program—the first of its kind in urology—to tackle the spectrum of challenges facing patients with urological diseases in the 21st century.
Part of the National Clinician Scholars Program, the IHPI CSP educates and trains the next generation of physicians and nurses to serve as leaders, health services researchers, and change agents in healthcare, community health, and public policy.
One of nine Injury Control Research Centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Faculty across many disciplines, with regional education and public health partners, and in close coordination with the CDC, generate and share new findings to prevent injury through innovative research, translating research into practice, and providing support for developing injury policy.
KECC promotes health, improves clinical practice and patient outcomes, optimizes resource utilization, and informs public policy regarding organ failure and organ transplantation through high quality research, advances in biostatistics, and post-graduate education and training.
MHSOT is a program of the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry established to support research in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental and physical health disorders, develop innovative methods of intervention and treatment for vulnerable populations, and provide new information on quality and outcomes that impact public mental health policy and practice.
Based at the University of Michigan, MPOG is a non-profit academic consortium of 47 medical centers aggregating large volumes of inpatient electronic health record (EHR) data, patient reported outcomes, and long term administrative outcomes to improve patient care by developing the necessary policies, procedures, and technical infrastructure required for multicenter perioperative outcomes research.
This Ann Arbor VA Medical Center/University of Michigan program aims to improve the quality of patient care by conducting research that focuses on methods of avoiding or preventing adverse patient outcomes or injuries that stem from the processes of healthcare.
Faculty members working in this Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology program conduct diverse health services research and mentor junior faculty, fellows, residents and medical students to evaluate quality, access, and cost of reproductive health care.
QICCC researchers develop and evaluate new interventions that improve care for chronically ill patients with an emphasis on identifying services that support effective primary care and patient self-management.