July 28, 2011 | News Release
Initiative enhances the leadership capacity of Medicaid directors to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health care services.
March 27, 2014 | News Release
New $2.4 Million Grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Supports Two Patient-Led Projects in 2014 to Develop, Test and Validate Patient-Reported Outcomes.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funds New Healthy People 2020 Law and Health Policy Project Through CDC Foundation
March 12, 2014 | News Release
The $1.6 million project will build upon topics in Healthy People 2020 Initiative.
NEJM Study: Primary Care Clinicians Can Treat Hepatitis C as Effectively as Specialists Through New Delivery Model
June 1, 2011 | News Release
University of New Mexico's Project ECHO poised to spread best practices, eliminate barriers to treatment and improve health care quality across the United States.
December 17, 2013 | News Release
A report released today by Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) finds the nation’s ability to prevent and control infectious disease outbreaks are hampered by outdated systems and limited resources.
New Web Application Allows Health Care Decision-Makers to Explore Projected Effects of Various Treatments and Interventions
October 25, 2010 | News Release
The Archimedes Outcomes Analyzer provides unprecedented access to Archimedes simulation datasets through an application supported by the Pioneer Portfolio of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
June 7, 2010 | News Release
National experiment to look at impact of greater physician-patient openness.
October 29, 2007 | News Release
Via the Internet, ARCHeS will dramatically expand access to Archimedes, a powerful medical outcomes predictive model.
November 1, 2007 | News Release
Urban Indian Health Commission reveals that urban Indians face a high incidence of heart disease, diabetes and depression, yet have minimal access to quality health care.
March 20, 2008 | News Release
Nurses are pivotal to quality improvement efforts, but shortages could curtail involvement.