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Single-payer systems are heterogeneous. Acknowledgment of what is considered single-payer and the characteristics that are variable is important for nuanced policy discussions on specific reform proposals.
This report presents findings from an evaluation of The Atlantic Philanthropies Migration Programme, which provided grants to organisations supporting migrants. It looks at the impacts achieved in law, policy and practice in Ireland.
May 31, 2017
Emma Disley, Daniel Schweppenstedde, Emily Scraggs, Jennifer Rubin
This publication highlights recent RAND social and economic policy research projects that have produced important new policies, framed issues in new ways, balanced multiple priorities and difficult trade-offs, and prompted meaningful change.
The interactive tool highlights the geographic reach of Appalachia Partnership Initiative programs that address STEM K-12 education and workforce development needs in the Greater Pittsburgh area's advanced manufacturing and energy sectors.
May 31, 2017
Gabriella C. Gonzalez, Shelly Culbertson, Nupur Nanda
This report is intended to help decisionmakers who would like to design and run a 360° Game, which can be used in multidimensional analysis of complex problems and allows participants to investigate a problem from a variety of perspectives.
On January 12, 2015, the UCLA-RAND Center for Law and Public Policy held a conference in Santa Monica, California, to examine the resourcing problem for state courts since the 2008 financial crisis. This report summarizes the panel discussions.
Interns and residents often observe unprofessional behavior, but they are less likely to speak up about it, compared with traditional patient safety threats, even when they see high potential for patient harm.
May 25, 2017
William Martinez, Lisa Soleymani Lehmann, Eric J. Thomas, Jason Michel Etchegaray, Julia T. Shelburne, Gerald B. Hickson, Anneliese M. Schleyer, Jennifer A. Best, Natalie B. May, Sigall K. Bell
New quality measures may improve transition care for children after an emergency department or hospital visit.
May 25, 2017
Layla Parast, Q. Burkhart, Arti D. Desai, Tamara D. Simon, Carolyn Allshouse, Maria T. Britto, JoAnna K. Leyenaar, Courtney A. Gidengil, Sara L. Toomey, Marc N. Elliott, Eric C. Schneider, Rita Mangione-Smith