Welcome to the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research
Since our inception in 1994, the UC Davis Center for Healthcare Policy and Research (CHPR) has conducted interdisciplinary and collaborative research and research synthesis to improve health outcomes and services, educated the next generation of health services researchers, and assist policymakers in formulating effective health policies.
We are the only UC Davis-wide resource that supports interdisciplinary, innovative research on healthcare outcomes, access, quality and costs, and educates trainees in research methods on comparative effectiveness, healthcare costs, quality of care, and patient-centered outcomes. Our goal is to provide rigorous evidence, via our research findings and syntheses, which can be used to improve health outcomes and health policies—in California, across the US, and throughout the world.
- Impact of a Parent Video Viewing Program in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Association of Germline BRCA Pathogenic Variants With Diminished Ovarian Reserve: A Meta-Analysis of Individual Patient-Level Data
- Frailty, Race/Ethnicity, Functional Status, and Adverse Outcomes After Total Hip/Knee Arthroplasty: A Moderation Analysis
- A randomized controlled trial comparing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory and fusion protein inhibitors singly and in combination on the histopathology of bovine respiratory syncytial virus infection
David Dale M.H.A. from Center for Improving Value in Health Care on "How Researchers Can Access Claims Data for their Research using the Colorado All Payer Claims Database" on June 16, 2021.
Dr. Brittany Chatterton "The Hospital Discharge Summary: Primary Care Physicians’ Perspectives" on June 2, 2021.
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Your gift will help support CHPR in tackling urgent healthcare challenges and conducting solution-driven research used to inform public health policies.
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