August 6, 2012
Human Capital Blog
These data include numbers on nursing applications, enrollments, and graduates, as well as demographic details on nursing students and faculty. In 2011, in collaboration with NJCNN, the New Jersey Board of Nursing began to collect data on demograph ...
August 27, 2009
Program Result Report
The Health Research and Educational Trust worked with New Jersey hospitals to improve the procedures hospital staff uses to collect data about patients' race and ethnicity.
November 1, 2011
Federally qualified health centers, community variation and prospects under reform.
October 1, 2011
The great recession and passage of national health reform are together altering the calculus of employer approaches to offering health benefits, according to recent findings from the Center for Studying Health System Change's (HSC) visits to 12 nationally representative metropolitan communities.
October 1, 2009
If a public opinion survey had included only landline telephone users, it would have underestimated support for health care coverage reforms by 1.7 to 3.3 percent, according to this study analyzing wireless versus landline respondents to the 2007 New Jersey Health Care Opinion Poll.
September 1, 2011
Study examines how Massachusetts' 2006 health reform law has affected the health care arena in Boston.
August 1, 2004
There are over one million people in New Jersey without health insurance coverage. This number remains high despite multiple policy initiatives and public program expansions to address chronic lack of coverage. While New Jersey's income levels for c ...
March 19, 2012
Program Result Report
Center for Studying Health System Change researchers tracked changes in the nation's health care system and developed policy analyses describing how those changes affect patients, providers, and others in their communities.
January 1, 2009
This chapter of "Nursing Policy Research: Turning Evidence-Based Research into Health Policy" reviews the conceptual and practical issues related to conducting surveys, including development of the research topic and survey questions, maximizing data collection, and coping with common problems.
September 9, 2010
This article examines whether affordability thresholds of financial strain due to medical bills change over time. The increasing cost of health care is a central issue in health policy and out-of-pocket spending for families has grown faster than incomes in the past decade.