Schaeffer Center Senior Fellow Paul Ginsburg’s contributions to health policy include pivotal improvements to Medicare and our understanding of insurance and provider markets.
USC Schaeffer study finds Federal 340B Drug Pricing Program oversight needs tightening to ensure discounts reach the right safety-net providers and patients
The USC Schaeffer white paper illustrates procedure’s benefits for older Americans yet uptake remains low.
Black and Hispanic persons have experienced a disproportionate number of life-years lost.
Opioid-related deaths among Blacks, Asians and Latinos dropped during the same period.
One in 10 adults were at risk of overdose, with older Americans relying on high doses of opioids more than younger adults, researchers found in a national sample of prescription claims.
Erin Trish, a health economist whose work focuses on the intersection of public policy and healthcare markets, has been named co-director of the Schaeffer Center.
The study of 700 licensed cannabis dispensaries found many retail locations have inadequate screening processes.
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.
A new white paper published by the USC Schaeffer Center focuses on the potential benefit of multi-cancer early detection (MCED) blood-based tests to reduce disparities in late-stage cancer diagnosis among minority populations.