PRL-IHPS contributes to the solution of complex and challenging health policy problems through leadership in research, training, technical assistance, and public service.
Our special competence lies in conducting and translating research across disciplines and fields to improve policy and practice. We undertake this work with a commitment to improve health and health care within local, state, national, and international communities and with a focus on improving the health of vulnerable populations.
Introducing a new on-line Masters of Science in Health Policy and Law Program at UCSF and UC Hastings College of Law which was created to educate students about the rapid changes in health law and health policy. Dan Dohan, Ph.D. and Jaime King, J.D., Ph.D., are co-directors of the degree program.
PRL-IHPS faculty are part of a new center bringing together a multidisciplinary team of UCSF experts to develop and test innovative initiatives that aim to deliver high-quality healthcare at lower cost. http://healthvalue.ucsf.edu/
The UCSF Faculty Mentoring Program is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2016 Lifetime Achievement in Mentoring Award. Congratulations to Dr. Claire Brindis, DrPH, MPH and her outstanding contributions to faculty mentorship at UCSF.
The UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium is an exciting new partnership that opens up opportunities for collaboration in education, research, and clinical service on issues related to law, science, and health policy. The Consortium will develop service opportunities, such as joint law-health clinics, especially for underserved populations. The Master of Studies in Law (MSL) is designed for science and health professionals.
We are delighted to announce that this year we have co-awardees for the Harold S. Luft Award for Mentoring in Health Services and Health Policy Research: Drs. Andrew Bindman and Dean Schillinger. Not only is each an exemplary mentor, but one (Andy) has mentored the other (Dean) for over 20 years, highlighting a continuing tradition of mentorship, and both have benefitted greatly from a mutually supportive relationship throughout...
“Celebrating the institute’s anniversary strengthens our resolve to make our vision of high-value health systems worldwide a reality,” said former UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH, who described the institute as an incubator, innovator, and engine for change on the occasion of the institute's milestone celebration.
GHEConwas formed in April, 2013 in response to the intersection of two trends: one global and one local. On the world scale, there is increasing need for economics to mediate between rising aspirations and technology to improve health, and real constraints on resources for that purpose.
The Hospital Quality Alliance approved and the National Quality Forum endorsed ICU mortality and ICU length of stay measures developed by Dr. R. Adams Dudley and his research team. Detailed information about the ICU outcomes methods, data collection tool, and data are provided at the link below:
Presented by: Mary D. Naylor, Ph.D., RN UCSF Presidential Chair (2015-2016) A discussion of health transitions of at-risk cognitively intact and impaired chronically ill older adults in the United States.