Sep. 9, 2015
Adopting Software Marketing Techniques to Assess Potential Clinical Break-Through Concepts
Aug. 20, 2015
NIH-Funded Project Brings Together Experts from Cornell, Penn, Boston University and University of Miami
Aug. 19, 2015
Cited for Outstanding Health Care Management Research and Related Editorial Work
Jun. 16, 2015
The University of Pennsylvania's Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (LDI) has more than 300 Senior Fellows and Fellows investigating the medical, economic, social and behavioral issues that influence how health care is financed, managed and delivered across the U.S. The annual AcademyHealth Research Meeting's poster hall provides a convenient way for nearly two dozen of these Penn experts to share their research aimed at improving the country's health care system.
Jun. 13, 2015
[Click images for larger] An important part of immersing Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) scholars in the work of the health services research community is a trip to the annual 3-day AcademyHealth Research Meeting that brings together 3,000 researchers from across the country. Waiting to board their Minneapolis-bound Delta flight at Philadelphia International Airport (above, left) are SUMR scholars John Gehlback of Penn, Kelly McClure of Cornell and Adjoa Mante of Princeton. Also packed and ready are (above, right) SUMR scholars Omar Mansour of Macalester College, Mei-Lynn Hua of...
Jun. 13, 2015
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (JUNE 13, 2015) -- Eighteen University of Pennsylvania Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics' Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) scholars arrived at the 2015 AcademyHealth Research Meeting (ARM) here this morning to continue their summer-long integration into the health services research community. The three-month long LDI SUMR program is aimed at undergraduates who are interested in exploring potential careers in the field of health services research. It pairs each undergraduate with a Penn faculty member in a research project. One purpose of the 15-year-old...
Jun. 10, 2015
[Click image for larger] Twenty-two members of Penn's Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics' Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) program and the Wharton School's Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) piled into a open-topped bus to tour some of Philadelphia's most important cultural sites. [Click images for larger] The day began with an introduction to the joys of Philadelphia's subterranean transportation system. The group was whisked by subway from a Penn campus SEPTA station to the center of the oldest part of the City where they boarded the tour bus. Roaming...
Jun. 5, 2015
[Click image for larger] For its first 2015 cultural and recreational outing, Penn's Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics' Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) program joined with the Wharton School's Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) for a Saturday visit to Philadelphia's Magic Gardens (PMG) at 10th and South Street. [Click images for larger] The outsider art site covers the footprint of what was formerly three row homes with a multi-level labyrinth whose every inch of surface is covered with mosaics of art and found objects. Above, left, is one of the site's...
Jun. 2, 2015
[Click image for larger] The Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics' Summer Undergraduate Minority Research (SUMR) class of 2015 kicked off its first week of orientation. After several days of lectures on subjects ranging from health economics and clinical epidemiology to accountable care organizations and health disparities, the 18 scholars took a break for the annual SUMR Talent Show where each is asked to perform a skill or talent as shown below. [Click images for larger] SUMR Scholar Jerome Watts (above, left) of Haverford College began playing on a basketball team in 4th grade and...
May. 26, 2015
'This is as Exciting as it is Challenging - General Internal Medicine is at The Center of Health Reform'
May. 26, 2015
Identifies Effective Interventions Using Financial Incentives
May. 12, 2015
Study Found That Rewarding Employee Wellness Efforts With Discounted Insurance Rates "Is Not Effective"
May. 5, 2015
Study Finds Ten-Fold Variation in Geographic Availability
Apr. 23, 2015
Projects Focus on Anesthesia and Surgical Outcomes, Proton vs. Photon Therapy, and ADHD Patient Family Dynamics
Mar. 25, 2015
Researcher Kathryn Schmitz's 'Share the Journey' App