Despite its discovery nearly 100 years ago, insulin’s list price has been going up, not down. New Schaeffer Center research analyzes the flow of money across all distribution system participants—manufacturers, wholesalers, pharmacies, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), and health plans.
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Pilot Funding Available for Researchers of Alzheimer’s, Aging
Pilot funding amounts range from $25,000 to up to $45,000. An informational session on the application process will be held over zoom on Thursday, December 9, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. pacific.
New USC Schaeffer Research Maps State and Federal Responses to the Opioid Crisis During the COVID-19 Pandemic
While all states and D.C. have adopted at least one policy related to treatment access for patients suffering from opioid addiction, no state adopted all the policies analyzed, leaving potential barriers in place.
Hesitancy Plays Increasing Role in Vaccine Coverage Disparities Despite Wide Availability
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Schaeffer Health Economist Elected to the National Academy of Medicine
Schaeffer Center Senior Fellow Paul Ginsburg’s contributions to health policy include pivotal improvements to Medicare and our understanding of insurance and provider markets.
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