Annual Reports

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.



CHAS eNews: December 2021

POLICY BRIEFS: Using Machine Learning to Advance Disparities Research: Subgroup Analyses of Access to Opioid Treatment; Building and Experimenting with An Agent-based Model to Study the Population-level Impact of CommunityRx, A Clinic-based Community Resource Referral...

CHAS eNews: October 2021

POLICY BRIEFS: Uncomfortable Truths — What Covid-19 Has Revealed about Chronic-Disease Care in America; Linking Knowledge with Action When Engagement is Out of Reach: Three Contextual Features of Effective Public Health Communication.  CHAS PODCASTS: Invisible Visits:...

CHAS eNews: September 2021

POLICY BRIEFS: Racial Discrimination and the Moderating Effects of Racial and Ethnic Socialization on the Mental Health of Asian American Youth; Social Stigma toward Persons with Opioid Use Disorder: Results from a Nationally Representative Survey of U.S. Adults. ...



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