This study looked at how changes in law shape the public health system.
Although this study was not funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, it has been included as an additional resource from this special issue of HSR: Health Services Research.
- 1. Applying Health Services Research to Public Health Practice
- 2. Commentary
- 3. Geographic Variation in Public Health Spending
- 4. Toward Standardized, Comparable Public Health Systems Data
- 5. The Public Health and Economic Benefits of Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages
- 6. Introducing Quality Improvement Methods into Local Public Health Departments
- 7. A Framework to Measure the Value of Public Health Services
- 8. Agency Discretion and Public Health Service Delivery