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, issues briefs, and case studies 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
Alan B. Cohen
In an Early View Editor’s Letter, Alan B. Cohen, new editor of The Milbank Quarterly shares insight into the journal’s future editorial direction. Throughout its 95-year history, the Quarterly has been and continues to be regarded as one of the premier journals in its field, known for having published numerous seminal articles that remain classics in the literature today. Read more
Our Opinion section features some of the best minds currently working to improve the public’s health.
Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, C. Nadine Wathen, Colleen Varcoe, Carol Herbert, Beth E. Jackson, Josée G. Lavoie, Bernadette (Bernie) Pauly, Nancy A. Perrin, Victoria Smye, Bruce Wallace, Sabrina T. Wong, Annette J. Browne (for the EQUIP Research Program)
Significant attention has been directed toward addressing health inequities at the population health and health system levels, yet little progress has been made in identifying approaches to reduce health inequities through clinical care, particularly in a primary care context. In this study, researchers found that providing more equity-oriented health care in primary care settings—including trauma-informed, culturally safe, and contextually tailored care—predicts improved health outcomes over time for people living in marginalizing conditions. Read more
Douglas K. Eby
Susan Dorr Goold, C. Daniel Myers, Marion Danis, Julia Abelson, Steve Barnett, Karen Calhoun, Eric G. Campbell, Lynnette LaHahnn, Adnan Hammad, René Pérez Rosenbaum, Hyungjin Myra Kim, Cengiz Salman, Lisa Szymecko, Zachary E. Rowe
Jeffrey H. Silber, Paul R. Rosenbaum, Richard N. Ross, Joseph G. Reiter, Bijan A. Niknam, Alexander S. Hill, Diana M. Bongiorno, Shivani A. Shah, Lauren L. Hochman, Orit Even-Shoshan, Kevin R. Fox
Genevra F. Murray, Thomas D'Aunno, Valerie A. Lewis
Gayathri Embuldeniya, Maritt Kirst, Kevin Walker, Walter P. Wodchis
Francesca Marino, Luca Nunziata