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  • NIHCM Foundation seeks a highly motivated individual to join our team as a research and policy analyst. The research and policy analyst would support the Foundation’s work to foster public-private collaboration to improve the U.S. health system.

  • With the epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse and related increase in heroin dependence, the health system is facing an alarming rise in neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS). NAS afflicts newborns exposed to drugs, most commonly opioids, while in utero.

  • As health care costs continue to rise, employers and health plans are increasingly using insurance design to help consumers make value-informed health care choices.

  • Washington, DC – June 10, 2014 - NIHCM Foundation is launching a new grant program with the intention of awarding $1 million over the next five years to support health care journalism. NIHCM Chairman Brad Wilson introduced the initiative at the Foundation’s 20th Annual Journalism and Research Awards Dinner on June 2nd.

  • Washington, DC – June 9, 2014 - Avik Roy, a Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute, has been selected to join the Advisory Board of the National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) Foundation.

  • Washington, DC – June 3, 2014 - The National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the 20th Annual Health Care Journalism and Research Awards. The winners are selected by panels of highly esteemed journalists and researchers.


Webinar: Preventing Prematurity: Opportunities for Health Plans

April 13, 2010, 1:00 PM EDT

Over the past two decades, the rate of preterm births has increased by 36 percent with preterm births now accounting for 12.5 percent of all live births.  Contributing to this increase is a rise in elective inductions and cesarean deliveries prior to 37 weeks gestation, despite evidence and guidelines recommending against elective deliveries before 39 weeks without clinical indication.  Preterm births are both emotionally and financially costly, taking a toll on the family and resulting in high direct health care costs due to longer hospital stays and hospital readmissions.  This webinar will bring together health plans and leaders in the maternal and child health community to share innovative programs and explore strategies to reduce preterm birth and the associated costs.

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