A study from Professor Bryan Dowd and Professor Emeritus Roger Feldman shows that health provider consolidations often lead to higher care prices, and likely, increased insurance premiums.
Category Archives: Health Policy and Management
Professor Douglas Wholey received the Provan Distinguished Scholar Award from the Health Care Management Division of the Academy of Management in Atlanta on Aug. 8.
Research from Assistant Professor Katie White shows that family members often struggle to work and make decisions as an intergenerational family unit while caring for seriously ill loved ones.
Student Fernando Alarid-Escudero used a new decision-making model to analyze uncertainties associated with the cost and performance of two gout drugs.
Associate Professor Katy Kozhimannil was selected to the editorial board of Women’s Health Issues for her influential research examining maternal health topics.
The School of Public Health, Division of Health Policy & Management welcomes Hannah Neprash, PhD. Neprash joined the University of Minnesota as an assistant professor on July 17, 2017. Neprash received her BA in Economics from Oberlin College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 2007 and recently earned her PhD in Health Policy, Economics track,…
A report by researcher Carrie Henning-Smith details the barriers rural residents face in finding long-term and nursing home care in their communities.
Associate Professor Sarah Gollust published a study showing that users of direct-to-consumer genetic analysis services enthusiastically support access to genome testing.
Research by PhD student Eric Jutkowitz shows that poor function among dementia patients incurs the greatest amount out-of-pocket health care spending.