It’s time to bring back the U.S. Federal Office of Technology Assessment with a sharper focus on medical innovation, writes USC Schaeffer Center Director Dana Goldman in The Hill.
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Schaeffer Center Antibiotic Prescribing Study Awarded 2019 BSPA Behavioral Publication Award for Innovation in Behavioral Policy
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Universal Health Care: Exploring The Path AheadThe current health care system is complex. Can lawmakers navigate the many roadblocks standing in the way of achieving health care for all? Professor Geoffrey Joyce will speak on this KPCC-FM-hosted panel.Date of event:
Hospital Productivity Trends: Implications for Medicare Payment PolicyOn June 25, 2019, the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy will host a conference on hospital productivity trends and their implications for Medicare policy on hospital payment rate updates.Date of event: