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Immigration and the Health of Black Children

Black children with foreign-born mothers are significantly healthier than those with U.S.-born mothers. New evidence suggests mothers’ time in the U.S. reduces this health advantage.

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Trends in the Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia among Older Latino Adults.

Given the demographic changes occurring in the US, understanding the health problems that are affecting older Latinos is of increasing importance. (more…)

Three Federal Actions That May Address Surprise Bills

In this blog, we explain the details of each action, and discuss the merits, risks, and limitations of these reforms.  (more…)

Understanding human health-related behavior in real time

This post discusses using transdisciplinary alliances to create innovative modes of data collection and new, dynamic computational models health-related behavior in real time.

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The Essential Scan: Top Findings in Health Policy Research | Edition 22

What’s the latest in health policy research? The Essential Scan, produced by the Schaeffer Initiative for Innovation in Health Policy, aims to help keep you informed on the latest research and what it means for policymakers. (more…)

Reining In Pharmaceutical Costs

The administration and lawmakers should prioritize four actions that could engender more cooperation and improve health over the long-term. (more…)

Is investing in research to delay aging of value today?

The time is ripe for a new frontier in medicine. (more…)

How Would the Revised Senate Health Care Bill Affect Individual Market Premiums in 2026 and Over the Long Run?

We find that the current population of individual market enrollees would pay more for the same level of coverage under the BCRA than under current law, before accounting for any premium tax credits for which individuals may be eligible. (more…)

Requirement to Maintain a “Single Risk Pool” Would not Contain Effects of Cruz’s Proposal

The Cruz amendment would put significant upward pressure on premiums for ACA-compliant plans, shifting costs toward sicker individual market enrollees and the federal government. (more…)

How the Revised BCRA Would Impact Enrollee Costs, According to Your Age and Income

The BCRA revised July 20 would increase total costs for lower-income enrollees in all age groups, finds Loren Adler and Paul Ginsburg in their updated analysis.
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