The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that publishes The Milbank Quarterly, commissions projects, and convenes state health policy decision makers on issues they identify as important to population health.
We focus on a number of topic areas identified by state health policy leaders as important to population health.
The Center for Evidence-based Policy at Oregon Health & Science University is a national leader in evidence-based decision making and policy design.
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We publish The Milbank Quarterly, as well as reports and issues briefs on topics important to population health.
A multidisciplinary journal of population health and health policy
Alan B. Cohen
Christopher F. Koller
2-year Impact Factor: 6.0
Journal Citation Reports® 2017 Rankings: 2/79 (Health Policy & Services); 2/94 (Health Care Sciences & Services)
5-year Impact Factor: 7.194
Child abuse, be it physical, sexual, or emotional, is one of the saddest, needless, and longest running stories in the history of public health. Even more outrageous has been our collectively poor … Read more
Our op-ed section features some of the best minds currently working to improve the public’s health.
John A. Graves, Pranita Mishra
Employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) is the predominant form of health insurance coverage in the United States, but little is known about transitions into and out of ESI or whether turnover has increased over time. The authors found that, between 2005 and 2013, adults who transitioned off ESI became likely to enroll in a non-group plan and were twice as likely to become uninsured. Read more
Robert A. Nathenson, Brendan Saloner, Michael R. Richards, Karin V. Rhodes
Latino immigrants are moving to US destinations outside traditional Latino enclaves. The arrival of limited English proficiency (LEP) Spanish-speakers to these areas can challenge the health care system. Researchers compared the ability of uninsured Spanish-speaking adults to access interpreter services and obtain new patient primary care appointments at federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) to the appointment rates of English-proficient uninsured and Medicaid patients at the same FQHCs. Read more
Mark Hellowell, Katherine E. Smith, Alexandra Wright
Madeleine Phipps-Taylor, Stephen M. Shortell
Mary Ann C. Bautista, Milawaty Nurjono, Yee Wei Lim, Ezra Dessers, Hubertus JM Vrijhoef