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Rosenkranz Global Health Policy Research Symposium keynote speaker Mark Dybul talks about the great strides in international health systems over the last 25 years—but calls on next generation to disrupt a system that has become stagnant.

This year's Rosenkranz Prize winner is Natalia Serna, PhD, a health economist investigating how women's health is impacted by price controls on oral contraceptives.

This new study by SHP's Adrienne Sabety examines the association between prescriber workforce exit, long-term opioid treatment discontinuation, and clinical outcomes.

The U.S. House passed a bill that would ban the use of a metric known as quality-adjusted life-years (QALYs) in coverage and payment determinations for federal health-care programs. SHP's Joshua Salomon writes in this Health Affairs commentary the bill would compromise the evaluation of medical treatments.

A new study led by Stanford Health Policy researchers finds that algorithmic changes to a chronic kidney disease care equation are likely insufficient to achieve health equity as many other structural inequities remain.

Stanford Health Policy's Paul Wise — professor of pediatrics and senior fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies — is featured in this Stanford Magazine story about his work at the U.S.-Mexico border as the federally appointed juvenile monitor and around the world as a pediatrician who works on behalf of children of conflict.

Stanford researches will build a practical, patient-centered method for ethical review of AI tools.

A team of Stanford researchers has determined that patients taking GLP-1 receptors used to lower blood glucose levels may not need to take a pause before surgery.

Sherri Rose joins global network of health experts to improve the transparency and accuracy of prediction algorithms.

Eliza Ennis and Selina Pi—two PhD students who are working with Stanford Health Policy faculty mentors—have been awarded National Science Foundation graduate fellowships.

The annual award from the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation recognizes the contributions of researchers and journalists who examine new evidence that advances the health system and the health of Americans.

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In conflict zones and borderlands, Paul Wise protects the health of vulnerable children.

In a new study by members of Josh Salomon's Prevention Policy Modeling Lab, the researchers found profound racial and ethnic disparities that are stalling overall progress against TB.

The often hidden burdens of long COVID is the subject of the latest Stanford Health Policy Forum, with researchers likening it to the early days of chronic fatigue syndrom.

SHP's Sara Singer, a member of the Lancet Psychiatry Commission, calls for closing the knowledge gap in mental health research.

At the 2024 SIEPR Economic Summit, health care experts discussed solutions to a concern that 75% of Americans share: How to make medical care affordable and accessible.

It would seem like AI would be a logical tool to help evaluate insurance coverage and claims. But results so far have been sobering, leading to class-action lawsuits and congressional committees demanding answers.