To support investigator-initiated research about state health reform and health insurance.
Internally managed by RWJF staff
- $79,184.00 awarded to George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences - Studying the impact of Maryland's Total Patient Revenue alternative-payment pilot on health care cost and quality
- $100,000.00 awarded to Stanford University School of Medicine - Providing consumers and policymakers with information on variation in financial risk across marketplace plans as a component of affordability
- $86,420.00 awarded to Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health - Studying the impact of provider-led insurance plans on competition and the affordability of individual marketplace policies
- $388,928.00 awarded to AcademyHealth - Providing technical assistance/direction for the State Health Access Reform Evaluation and Policy-Relevant Insurance Studies solicitations, 2016-2017
- $149,978.00 awarded to University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy - Evaluating variation in health risk across small firms and its implications for the future of the small-group market