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 BRIEFS: Home Health Care Utilization in Children With Medicaid; Disparities in Opioid Treatment Access and Retention Among Women Based on Pregnancy Status from 2006 to 2017 ANNOUNCEMENTS: Our Spring Michael M. Davis eLecture Series Begins Next Week! Each...
POLICY BRIEFS: Use of a Language Intervention to Reduce Vaccine Hesitancy; Eliminating Explicit and Implicit Biases in Health Care: Evidence and Research Needs CHAS PODCASTS: Invisible Visits: Black Middle-Class Women in the American Healthcare System by Dr. Tina...
POLICY BRIEFS: Violence Here and Violence There: How Compound Violence Drives Undocumented Mexicans’ Migration to and Settlement in the United States; Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services in Midwestern Community Health Centers: A Mixed Methods...
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