Test, Adapt, Impact: Improving Health Care Delivery Through Rigorous Evaluation

Conference
Location:
Cambridge, MA

After careful consideration of ongoing developments involving COVID-19, J-PAL North America has decided to postpone this convening. In the interim, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team with any questions or concerns.

The US Health Care Delivery Initiative (HCDI) supports randomized evaluations of programs that aim to make health care delivery in the United States more efficient, effective, and equitable. 

As part of this effort, we are excited to announce our second major convening since the launch of HCDI in 2013:

Test, Adapt, Impact: Improving Health Care Delivery Through Rigorous Evaluation

Over the course of the two days, panelists and participants will explore how government agencies, health systems, and others have used rigorous research to improve health care delivery in the United States and peoples' lives, particularly those experiencing poverty.

Participants will learn about how randomized evaluations can be used to improve health equity and the delivery of health care, as well as strategies to overcome common barriers to utilizing randomized evaluations in health care delivery. Panelists and speakers will include researchers, state and local policymakers, health systems leaders, journalists, and funders who have all played a key role in advancing the evidence-based policymaking movement in health care.

A tentative agenda for the convening is posted on the right-hand side of this page.

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