Healthcare Research

Featured

RAND advances understanding of health and health behaviors and examines how the organization and financing of care affect costs, quality, and access. RAND's body of research—conducted primarily through the RAND Health division—includes innovative studies of health insurance, health care reform, health information technology, and women's health, as well as topical concerns such as obesity, complementary and alternative medicine, and PTSD in veterans and survivors of catastrophe.

  • A boy in a counseling session, photo by Fertnig/iStock

    News Release

    Type of Therapy Kids Receive for ADHD Depends on Where They Live

    Sep 22, 2014

    Some kids with ADHD do better and can take lower doses of medication when they also receive behavioral therapy. But less than a quarter of U.S. children prescribed ADHD drugs received any talk therapy with the meds, and the percentage is far lower in many parts of the country.

  • woman hugging soldier

    Project

    The RAND Military Caregivers Study

    Mar 18, 2014

    The RAND Military Caregivers Study focuses on caregivers of wounded, ill, and injured U.S. military servicemembers and veterans.

Explore Health and Health Care