Our Mission

The mission of the Center for Health Care Research and Policy is to:
  1. improve the health of the public by conducting research that examines access to health care, increases the quality of health care services, and informs health policy and practice; and
  2. lead educational programs that promote these goals.

Research Linking Neighborhood Deprivation to Increased Cardiovascular Risk Earns International Recognition

By | October 22, 2016

“Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Major Atherosclerotic Event Rates: An Analysis of Geocoded Electronic Health Data” identifies substantial geographic variation in various socioeconomic measures related to risk for and prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Researchers including Jarrod Dalton, Adam Perzynski, and Neal Dawson, in collaboration with experts in health policy, internal medicine, and social work presented their work at a “Top-Rated Abstracts” session of the Society for Medical Decision Making Meeting in Vancouver, Canada…

David Kaelber named one of Health Data Management’s 30 Leading CMIO Experts in Health Care

By | July 22, 2016

David Kaelber, MD, PhD, FAAP, FACP, Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Vice President of Health Informatics for the MetroHealth System, and Director of Health Care Informatics at the Center for Health Care Research and Policy, was recently recognized as one of 2016’s 30 leading CMIO experts. The list is made up of informatics officers from all over the country who represent leading voices in the CMIO community, and recognizes their current and past influence to mold the field.

Better Health Featured at WCPN 90.3 Ideastream

By | June 22, 2015

WCPN 90.3 Ideastream recently featured the improving care of diabetes and high blood pressure reported by the Better Health Partnership. Visit here for more on Better Health Partnership (formerly Better Health Greater Cleveland) and its Summer 2015 report.featured, here