A three-time RWJF grantee leads a plan that has saved billions in the nation’s largest Medicaid system—using tools in the Affordable Care Act and RWJF support.
A successful program brings teachers and physicians together to combat childhood obesity by showing kids how to make good health a natural part of learning.
The NCAA’s costly new policy mandating testing for the sickle cell trait could save an average of one life per year if preventive measures are taken, RWJF scholars find.
Great inequalities in who gets trauma and emergency room care increase morbidity and mortality for seniors, African Americans and other groups.
New York’s newly confirmed commissioner talks about his approach to public service, population health and his vision for the state.
New research by RWJF Physician Faculty Scholar H. Shonna Yin establishes baseline for evaluating industry compliance with new FDA guidelines.
Alumni of three scholar programs report on their studies of privacy for adolescents, methods of care, medical outcomes, the history of women in pediatrics and more.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Physician Faculty Scholar named 2010 Institute of Medicine 'Anniversary Fellow.'
‘Lifeline’ Programs Lack Adequate Resources in Wake of Revised Screening Guidelines