Tradeoffs Research Corner

We always strive to root our reporting in the latest and greatest data about what we know (and don’t know) when it comes to effective health policies. But there’s way more research coming out than we can fit in a weekly show. 

Enter the Research Corner newsletter. Each week, Tradeoffs reporter Soleil Shah offers original analysis, interviews with leading researchers and more to help you stay on top of the latest in health policy research. 

Explore our full archive of Research Corner content, including columns by prior contributors, below and sign up to get Research Corner delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. (It’s free!)

Past Research Corner Columns

How Second Opinions Cost Female Physicians Big Money

Manasvini Singh shares new research that examines whether male patients trust female physicians less.

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The Challenge of Improving Birth Outcomes for Low-Income Women

Jose Fernandez shares new research that explores whether longer and more frequent prenatal nurse visits effect adverse birth outcomes.

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Four Studies to Help You Make Sense of a Post-Roe World

This week our Research Council shares studies to help make sense of a Post-Roe world.

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Do Higher Hospital Prices Reflect Greater Investments in Quality?

Benedic Ippolito shares new research that examines whether hospitals with higher prices also offer higher quality care.

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Hospitals Scooping Up Physician Practices Drives Health Care Prices Up

Aditi Sen shares new research that examines whether hospital consolidation increases health care prices.

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Digging Into the Growth in 340B Contract Pharmacies

Paula Chatterjee shares new research on the whether a popular discount drug program is reaching the patients it was designed to support.

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Why No Difference Can Still Make a Difference

Ishani Ganguli shares new research about a care intervention that didn't work and why it still matters.

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Looking for Causes of Racial Disparities in Medicare Advantage

Adrianna McIntyre shares new research showing non-white communities have less access to high quality Medicare Advantage plans.

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