While the U.S. blood system continues to function well, more government oversight may be needed to safeguard the future of the blood supply and prevent blood shortages from posing a risk to the public's health.
The number of new coronavirus cases is growing in most states. As the pandemic continues to strain U.S. health care systems, a tool developed by RAND researchers can help hospitals prepare for the worst.
Describes the first phase of an effort to develop an approach to redesigning the National Hospital Discharge Survey and to identify and recommend, through a feasibility study, specific data elements and field procedures for that survey.
This column discusses the experiences of the original cohort of seven states participating in the first two years of a national demonstration project known as the Co-occurring State Incentive Grant (COSIG) initiative.
Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Education M.Sc. in health policy, planning, and financing, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine / London School of Economics; B.S. in public health informatics, Tulane University