Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
The NIHCM Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving the effectiveness, efficiency and quality of America's health care system.
  • Awards

    Congratulations to the finalists for the 2016 NIHCM Awards! The finalists were selected by independent judges from nearly 500 total entries. The winning entry in each category will be announced in late April and presented with a $10,000 cash prize at our annual awards dinner.

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  • Research Grants

    The New York Times had a front-page story highlighting a major advance in the understanding of prices and spending in private health insurance. The featured study, led by Zack Cooper, was supported by grants from NIHCM Foundation and The Commonwealth Fund.

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  • Press Release

    Mike Leavitt has joined NIHCM Foundation's Advisory Board. Under President George W. Bush, Leavitt served as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and then as Secretary of Health and Human Services, where he lead the implementation of the Medicare Part D program.

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  • Journalism Grants

    The Boston Globe published a front-page story on the genetic counseling industry, exposing conflicts of interest, lack of regulation and a high incidence of inaccurate results for some prenatal tests. This ongoing NECIR investigation is supported by a NIHCM grant.

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Events

April 19, 2016
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This Health Matters webinar, hosted by USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism with support from NIHCM Foundation, provided context for chronicling the threat posed by lead in communities nationwide, identifed potential policy solutions, and highlighted leaders who are ahead of the curve on minimizing exposure.

February 16, 2016
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Living in poverty can have serious health consequences. Lower-income Americans are at higher risk of developing chronic diseases, and providers report challenges ensuring compliance with treatment guidelines when their patients have limited resources.

Expert Voices

Judith Solomon, JD
Vice President for Health Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
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Events

April 19, 2016
Beyond-Flint-1

This Health Matters webinar, hosted by USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism with support from NIHCM Foundation, provided context for chronicling the threat posed by lead in communities nationwide, identifed potential policy solutions, and highlighted leaders who are ahead of the curve on minimizing exposure.

February 16, 2016
MobileTechnologyImageWeb

Living in poverty can have serious health consequences. Lower-income Americans are at higher risk of developing chronic diseases, and providers report challenges ensuring compliance with treatment guidelines when their patients have limited resources.

Expert Voices

Judith Solomon, JD
Vice President for Health Policy, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
JudithSolomonSmall

Grants

BostGlobeLogoEditted2Genetic Counselors Found to Downplay False Alarms

The Boston Globe published a front-page exposé on conflicts of interest in the genetic counseling industry. This report is part of an ongoing NECIR investigation supported by NIHCM journalism grant.

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Groundbreaking Study Looks at Prices and Spending in Private Insurance

The New York Times had a front-page story highlighting a major advance in the evidence on private health spending. The featured study, led by Zack Cooper, was supported by a grant from NIHCM Foundation.

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Awards

Finalists for the 22nd Annual NIHCM Awards 

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NIHCM Foundation is pleased to announce the finalists for the 22nd Annual Health Care Journalism and Research Awards.

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