A new USC Schaeffer Center study finds that how vaccines are allocated may contribute to vaccine hesitant individuals later refusing the vaccine when it is made available to them.
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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in SARS-CoV-2 Testing and COVID-19 Outcomes in a Medicaid Managed Care Cohort
Though the study of racially diverse Medicaid patients indicated disproportionate risk among Latinos, USC researchers say it can’t be explained by higher rates of poverty or underlying health factors like obesity.
Combining a Lottery Incentive with Protection Against Losing the Lottery Improves Exercise Adherence
Jason Doctor, who co-directs the Schaeffer Center’s Behavioral Science Program, designed a 12-week study to analyze two common incentives: direct cash rewards via a lottery and loss protection. The study consisted of 153 participants who were offered two exercise classes a week for 12 weeks.
The Dynastic Benefits of Early Childhood Education
Schaeffer Center experts and others follow participants into late midlife as well as their children into adulthood to study the impacts of early childhood education programs.
Comparison of Spending on Common Generic Drugs by Medicare vs Costco Members
A new Schaeffer Center study comparing Medicare Part D prescription drug prices with those paid by Costco members finds that the federal government overpaid on roughly half of the most common generic medicines in 2018.