The failure to formally link Medicare beneficiaries to Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) threatens to undermine efforts to improve care and control costs, according to an invited commentary by economist Paul B. Ginsburg, Ph.D   More
Schaeffer Center researcher Neeraj Sood, Ph.D. has published a piece in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene what identifies a great discrepancy in the treatment practices of public and private clinics for child diarrhea in sub-Saharan Africa.   More
In an opinion piece published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Schaeffer Center researcher Marco Huesch, Ph.D., reflects on how physicians can make changes and support incentives that will allow them to see their patients’ interest as the prevailing objective.   More
  • The Schaeffer Center was selected to host the 2014 American Society for Health Economists (ASHEcon), the premiere conference in health economics.
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  • The Quintiles Seminar Series is a biweekly seminar series that features prominent academics, researchers, policy makers, and industry leaders to discuss prevalent and current themes in health, policy, and economics.
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Mitchell H. Katz, M.D will give a talk focused on “Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Safety Net Systems: Opportunities and Challenges.”   More
Please join us for a special luncheon featuring David Leonhardt, managing editor of The Upshot, The New York Times
Thursday, April 17th; located at The Forum 450 in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center from 12p-1p
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This conference brings together a broad cross-section of national healthcare experts and stakeholders for a robust discussion on healthcare quality improvements. Healthcare providers, industry leaders, and government officials are all encouraged to attend.
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Dr. Tim Moore, Assistant Professor of Econimics at George Washington University, will be speaking on November 26th as part of our Quintiles Seminar Series.  His seminar, titled, “Social Security Disability Insurance Replacement Rates and Beneficiary Work Activity: Estimates from a Regression Kink Design,” will take place at our center from 2:00pm-3:30pm.   More
Dr. James Robinson, Leonard D. Schaeffer Professor of Health Economics and Director of the Berkeley Center for Health Technology at UC Berkeley, will be our final Quintiles Seminar Series speaker of the semester.  He will be discussing “Reference Pricing and Consumer Cost Sharing for High‐Cost Health Services” at the Schaeffer Center from 2:00pm-3:30pm.   More
Quintiles Seminar Series featuring Dr. Jennifer Sung and Dr. Wenhui Wei from Sanofi. They will be speaking on Tuesday, October 1st to discuss “Maximizing Big Data to Address Multiple Research Opportunities: Perspectives from Pharmaceutical Industry” at the Schaeffer Center.   More
On Wednesday, October 2nd, Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum   More
Quintiles Seminar Series featuring Dr. Liran Einav from Stanford University. Dr. Einav will be coming to the Schaeffer Center on Tuesday, October 15th to discuss “The Response of Drug   More
The Schaeffer Center was selected to host the 2014 American Society for Health Economists (ASHEcon), the premiere conference in health economics.   More
The Quintiles Seminar Series is a biweekly seminar series that features prominent academics, researchers, policy makers, and industry leaders to discuss prevalent and current themes in health, policy, and economics.   More