The UC Davis Center for Healthcare Policy and Research was awarded the 2023 Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program grant to develop updated patient safety alerts.
A study led by a team from the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research found that the specialist you see first for your neck pain has a big impact on how your condition gets diagnosed and treated.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has awarded the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research a grant to develop and test a team-based strategy to improve treatment for patients with opioid use disorder (OUD). The $1 million grant will help design an intervention that supports low-income and other vulnerable patients who seek OUD care in emergency departments.
A 15-week pilot program, based on an innovative “whole health” approach to wellbeing and weight loss, was recently concluded. The program was led by Folsom Clinic staff and a team from the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research.
Staff from the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research are helping California policymakers understand near-roadway indoor air pollution. They are part of an initiative to leverage expertise across the University of California to support evidence-based policymaking.
The Center for Healthcare Policy and Research received a CA Quits grant and a TRDRP research award that would help support initiatives and resources for people to stop smoking.