The University of Pennsylvania’s Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics (Penn LDI) has announced the 13 winners of its 2023 early-stage investigation grants in a range of research projects involving the cost, access, quality and equity, of health care.

The Institute’s annual small grants program provides pilot funding for projects that would otherwise not qualify for larger National Institute of Health (NIH) or other institutional grants.

The awarded Senior and Associate LDI Fellows are involved in studies focused on topics ranging from the risk of financial toxicity for cancer patients and the economics of urgent care center market entry, to studies assessing the use of telehealth for incarcerated surgical care patients and examining attitudes toward the measurement, collection, storage and use of health care data about gender identify in children.

See the full details of the researchers and their studies here.


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