The research agenda of NEHI (Network for Excellence in Health Innovation) addresses innovation in the health care system: where it is needed, how it is recognized and validated and how it is adopted. Recognizing the need for innovation across all health care sectors, NEHI’s research portfolio covers three broad areas: health care delivery, innovation and value, and public health.
There is tremendous hope for, and enormous energy devoted to the development of a vaccine
for COVID-19. It is the most promising route to restoring social relationships and reopening the
economy. But a vaccine will not have its intended consequences if we are unable to execute
mass and rapid immunizations.
NEHI’s work coheres around moving innovations that improve the value of health care delivery to policy and practice.View Details
What are promising but underused technologies in health IT, what will their impact be and what are the barriers to their adoption?View Details
How can we systematically improve medication safety, medication effectiveness and patient medication adherence in the U.S. health care system?View Details
How will new payment models impact the development, adoption and availability of innovative therapies and technologies at the point of care?View Details
NEHI’s research and analysis in care delivery focuses on identifying innovations that increase the value and reduce the costs of health care.View Details
How can we identify and promote evidence-based policy and practices for health promotion, the prevention of chronic disease and reducing health risks such as obesity?View Details
What innovations to the health care delivery system will increase the value and reduce the costs of health care?View Details