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Learning Lessons from Innovative Models: From Accountable Care to Primary Care Transformation
What’s the Latest in Higher Education Accreditation?
Looking to the Future: Lessons from Four CMS Initiatives on Sustaining Accountable Care
Evaluating Undergraduate STEM Industry Interventions: Building New and Innovative Academic Programs through Partnerships
Evaluating Undergraduate STEM Industry Interventions: Keys to Building Strong Working Relationships
Making Twitter Data Useful Part Two: Taking Public Health Tweets from "Social Network" to Social Science
Making Twitter Data Useful: Taking Public Health Tweets from "Social Network" to Social Science
Online Assessment Tools Support Parent Engagement in Their Kids’ Education
Changing the Conversation about Rural America: Opportunities to Leverage Rural Assets
Evaluating Undergraduate STEM Industry Interventions
Public Health Department Accreditation: What Are the Benefits?
#MeToo: Examining Sexual Harassment and Assault in Higher Ed
How One Rural Community's Opioid Response Is Making a Difference
Smoking in America: Medicaid, Quitting, and Income
Walsh Center Research on the Diseases of Despair Plaguing Appalachia
Utah Is First State in the United States to Adopt a .05 g/dL BAC Limit for Driving: Is It an Effective Law?
Using AmeriSpeak Panel to Measure the “Justice Gap” among Low-income Americans
Saving Teens’ Lives: Research Reveals the Laws That Truly Help Reduce Underage Drinking Fatalities
Mapping Zika risk and vulnerability: Predicting hot spots?
Responsible Beverage Service Training Coupled with Enforcement Can Reduce Patron Intoxication in Bars
Home is where your health is, and Medicare cost savings, too
75 Years and Counting: How Digital and Legacy Media Rely on Each Other
A Better Way to Visualize Presidential Election Results
TV is doing well now as a trusted source, but probably not for much longer
How Americans Use Data to Make Decisions