Health Policy Research at CHPRE We have 7 active health policy research projects: Making Payment Reform Work , Payment Innovations Community , Evaluating Beacon Communities , Developing a Monitoring Strategy for Health Reform’s Progress and Effects at the State Level , Making Health Markets Work Better , Finding the Proper Role for Government in Health [...]
Len Nichols continues to serve as an informal advisor to a number of efforts around the country that are focused on making multi-payer payment reform operational and effective for physicians, hospitals, health plans, and patients. Projects in advanced planning stages are located in Grand Junction, CO and Rochester, NY. Projects in earlier phases are in [...]
Evaluation of the Beacon Communities Program of the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information TechnologyActive Projects, Health Policy Research at CHPRE Monday, November 21st, 2011
Len Nichols serves as a senior advisor for research design to the National Opinion Research Center’s 3 year evaluation of the 17 Beacon Communities which are using health information technologies to transform patient care in various ways. For more information click this link.
This is a joint project of the American College of Cardiology and the American Journal of Managed Care . Len Nichols’ role as editor-in-chief is to plan, review, edit, solicit, and contribute content to inform specialist physicians and the policy community generally about new incentive arrangements as they are implemented and proposed in both the public [...]
This paper was the result of Len Nichols’ invited address and contribution to the Thomas A. Pitts Memorial Lecture, at Medical Ethics at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston (October 27-28, 2011). The paper is under review by the Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics.
This paper was the result of Len Nichols’ invited address for the St. Louis University Law School’s Health Law Program’s annual symposium (March 4, 2011). The paper is under review by the Journal of Health Law and Policy. View Len M. Nichols’ Presentation.
This project is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, with Len Nichols as the PI. The purpose is to develop a strategy and identify metrics for measuring the multidimensional progress and impacts of health reform as it plays out in the essential domains of coverage expansion, access to affordable care, delivery system reform, workforce [...]