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.
  • Data Insights

    The second part in this ACEs infographic series, this infographic explores the challenges facing children and families and provides actionable guidance to nurture resilience and support caregivers and parents.

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  • Data Insights

    The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a spotlight on the link between systemic racism and health in many communities. This new NIHCM infographic clarifies the relationship between long-standing social and economic inequities and health disparities affecting Black Americans, over the life course and in relation to COVID-19.

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  • Data Insights

    Globally, outdoor air pollution is attributed to 4.2 million deaths every year. This infographic explores air pollution in America and the unequal impact it has on Black and Latinx communities. It also looks at the current solutions that are already available to improve air quality.

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  • Awards

    We are honored to announce the winners for the 26th Annual Health Care Research and Journalism Awards. This year’s awards are virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic, yet we invite you to meet the winners and learn about their award-winning work. NIHCM is also announcing the largest grant program in our history — $1 million to support work in journalism and research.

    Meet the Winners Press Release
  • Data Insights

    This infographic highlights the health challenges faced by the homeless community and outlines short and long term solutions to improve the health and well-being of these individuals, through social, economic and housing interventions.

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  • Data Insights

    This new Data Insights highlights the rapid rise in overdose deaths involving cocaine and methamphetamine, illustrates the geographic variations in utilization and death rates, and quantifies the increasing burden that these drugs are placing on the hospital system.

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Events

September 23, 2020
Latino Graphic

This webinar highlighted how systemic racism, the challenges of immigration, language barriers and other factors harm the health and well-being of Latinos.

September 10, 2020
Protecting Our Children

This webinar brought together experts to provide insight on early childhood development, ACEs and COVID-19’s impact on children.

In the News

September 2020
Population Health Spotlight
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King v. Burwell: Debating the Future of the ACA

February 05, 2015 | 08:00 AM
09:30 AM ET

KingVBurwellNumberAnother high-stakes challenge to the ACA is headed to the Supreme Court, and this time it’s a question of statutory interpretation: does the law as written permit tax credits to be issued in states that aren’t running their own exchanges? At risk is affordable coverage in as many as 34 states where millions of exchange shoppers may have to decide whether to pay the full, unsubsidized premiums or go uncovered. As we await oral arguments in March, legal experts are hotly debating the likely outcome, while many wonder what can be done to keep people covered.

This webinar featured a point-counterpoint debate of the key issues in King v. Burwell:

  • the legal foundation of the case and predictions for the decision based on judicial perspectives and precedents
  • what a ruling for the plaintiff would mean for the viability of ACA, as well as for consumers, hospitals, health plans and states
  • ways Congress, states and HHS might try to ensure access to subsidized coverage, and whether these fixes seem feasible

Speakers

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Nicholas Bagley
University of Michigan
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Michael Cannon
The Cato Institute
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Julie Rovner
Kaiser Health News

Presentation Slides

Three Words and the Future of the Affordable Care Act
King v. Burwell

Additional Resources

Nicholas Bagley

Michael F. Cannon

Julie Rovner

Events

September 23, 2020
Latino Graphic

This webinar highlighted how systemic racism, the challenges of immigration, language barriers and other factors harm the health and well-being of Latinos.

September 10, 2020
Protecting Our Children

This webinar brought together experts to provide insight on early childhood development, ACEs and COVID-19’s impact on children.

In the News

September 2020
Population Health Spotlight
september-newsletter 8

Grants

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The deadline for the 2020-2021 round of grant making has passed. NIHCM will notify the grant winners in the fall.

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Investigator-Initiated Research Grant Program

The deadline for the 2020-2021 round of grant making has passed. Finalists have been notified.

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Awards

The 26th Annual Research and Journalism Awards

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We are honored to announce the winners for the 26th Annual Health Care Research and Journalism Awards.

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