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Institute Investigator Featured in DoctorsLounge Online News (Featured News)

Apr 6, 2017

Dr. Heather Dahlen, Research Investigator from Medica Research Institute was featured in a DoctorsLounge online news story based on a research study published in Health Affairs.

Latino Language and Subgroup Data are Lacking But Key to Addressing Health Disparities (Press Release)

Apr 3, 2017

Latinos are the largest racial and ethnic group in the United States, and they comprise two-thirds of Americans with limited English proficiency (LEP). Language and Latino subgroup data are critical for public health and social justice, but are not routinely collected.

Institute Investigator Featured in Kaiser Health News (Featured News)

Mar 17, 2017

Dr. Heather Dahlen, Research Investigator from Medica Research Institute was featured in a Kaiser Health News online news story based on a research study published in Health Affairs.

Institute Investigator Featured in Reuters Health Online News (Featured News)

Mar 8, 2017

Dr. Heather Dahlen, Research Investigator from Medica Research Institute was featured in a Reuters online news story based on a research study published in Health Affairs.

Medicaid Payment Reform Linked to Fewer Early Elective Deliveries, Increased Gestational Age, and Increased Birthweight (Press Release)

Mar 6, 2017

New findings published in Health Affairs indicate that state-level Medicaid payment reform is linked to fewer unnecessary early deliveries and, in turn, better health outcomes for infants.

New Study Shows that a Novel Strategic Framework Significantly Improves Retention of Minority, Low-Income Children (Press Release)

Feb 21, 2017

Recruiting and retaining minority participants in randomized, controlled trials (RCTs), continue to be major challenges for researchers. A new study published in the scientific journal, Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, showed that innovative strategies used in the Kids' HELP (Health Insurance by Educating Lots of Parents) trial resulted in significantly better retention of minority, low-income children.

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