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Principles for Research Funding

 
 

About HSC

 
 

Research Funding

 
 

HSC Staff

 
 

HSC and Mathematica Policy Research

 
 

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ll research undertaken by HSC shall be consistent with the organization's mission to inform health care decision and policy makers about changes in the health care system at both the local and national levels. Our research goal is to clarify the effects of such changes on people, with the ultimate goal of improving the health and health care of the American public.

To preserve HSC's reputation for high-quality, independent and nonpartisan research, nurtured and sustained during the long period when the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation was the sole source of support, HSC only accepts funding when it retains the right to publish all research results. Final research topic selection, methodological and editorial decisions ultimately reside with HSC.

Guided by these principles, HSC will seek research support from many different types of sources: governmental entities, foundations, and private nonprofit and for-profit organizations.

For questions or further information about supporting HSC research, contact Paul Ginsburg at (202) 484-5261.

Current and Past Research Funders

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
California HealthCare Foundation
Commonwealth Fund
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
National Institute for Health Care Reform (NIHCR)
National Institutes of Health - National Institute on Aging
National Institutes of Health - National Cancer Institute
Peter G. Peterson Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)
RWJF - Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization Initiative, administered by AcademyHealth
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation

 

 

 

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