Center for Health Administration Studies (CHAS) programming supports interdisciplinary inquiry, research translation, dissemination, and student learning. CHAS engages stakeholders, including faculty members and students from across The University of Chicago, to explore new questions, to identify knowledge gaps, and to translate research into policy and practice focused on health care for people facing disadvantages. The academic community stakeholders receive highlights of recent successes and summaries of CHAS supported resources through Annual Reports, monthly e-newsletters and historical database resources, all of which are archived on this page.
POLICY BRIEF: Social Workers: A Neglected Partner in Health Policy and Public Health SERVICE INNOVATION: Disparities in Expected Driving Time to Opioid Treatment and Treatment Completion: Findings From an Exploratory Study Go to June eNews
POLICY BRIEFS: A Bifurcated Opioid Treatment System and Widening Insidious Disparities; Early Experience of the Quality Improvement Award Program in Federally Funded Health Center ANNOUNCEMENTS: It’s Not Too Late to Submit a CHAS PhD Stipend Support Application for...
POLICY BRIEFS: “Girls have commercial sex, boys don’t:” Mixed-Methods Evidence for a Gendered Risk Environment for Street-Connected Young People in the Republic of Georgia; Identifying Relative Strength of Methadone Versus Health and Social Services in Comprehensive...