Encouraging Results from Evaluation of Camden Model Targeting Super Utilizers

healthcare provider and patient sitting at a table talking Study by Mathematica Policy Research points to the potential of Camden model, which relies on a team of nurses, community health workers, social workers and others to support high cost patients in better engaging in their care.

New Website Supports Accountable Communities for Health

As our health system turns toward addressing social determinants of health and other health-related social needs, the Funders Forum on Accountable Health seeks to bolster what its creators at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health believe is a promising concept for promoting population health.  The Forum has launched a new website with the goal of setting a common table for the growing number of public and philanthropic

Blog Comments on Doctors of Osteopathic Medicines’ Growing Share of the Physician Workforce

In a blog published in Health Affairs, Edward Salsberg and Clese Erikson of the Department of Health Policy and Management at GW’s Milken Institute of Public Health discuss the implications of the reality that doctors of osteopathic medicine, or DOs, now comprise 26 percent of first-year medical students in the United States with further increases expected.  

HPM Presentations at AcademyHealth Conference

Some of the HPM faculty, staff and students who attended AcademyHealth this year.

Ten GW Health Policy and Management students, staff, faculty and affiliates gave presentations or posters at the AcademyHealth annual research meeting for health services and health policy held in New Orleans on June 25-27. The conference helped showcase the vibrant and diverse research being done in the department.

Those making presentations and giving posters included: