ISPS Health at Yale launched in 2013 and is comprised of over three dozen faculty from across the university. Our goal is to bring scholars from across Yale together to create an environment that can improve health, strengthen health care systems, and enhance the way health care is delivered.

Zachary Cooper

In addition to helping produce evidence that can inform policy, we connect Yale scholars to the outside world, and help educate the next generation of health policy leaders. ISPS Health holds academic seminars throughout the year, making data available to Yale scholars, and serving as a portal to show what’s happening in health policy across campus.

Zack Cooper, Director, ISPS Health at Yale


Johnson and Johnson Release Clinical Trial Data to CORE

January 16, 2015
The YODA (Yale Open Data Access) Project at the Yale Center for Research Outcomes and Evaluation (CORE) led by ISPS Affiliated Faculty Member, Harlan Krumholz will receive...

Kowalski's Study Finds Investment in Child Health Yields Results

January 12, 2015
(Updated Jan. 15, 2015) Yale health economist Amanda Kowalski’s new NBER paper finds that children who receive Medicaid benefits are less likely to die prematurely in...

New Study on Moral Hazard, Adverse Selection and Health Expeditures

January 5, 2015
Ahmed Khwaja, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Yale’s School of Management and ISPS Health faculty affiliate, published a new paper in the RAND Journal of Economics...

Study on Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

December 19, 2014
ISPS Health affiliated faculty Elizabeth H. Bradley, Leora I. Horwitz, Chima D. Ndumele, and Harlan M. Krumholz have published a study in the Journal of General Internal...

Amy Kapczynski Pens Op-Ed in the New York Times on Drug Patent Laws in India

December 14, 2014
ISPS Health affiliated faculty member, Amy Kapczynski, along with David Singh Gewal, wrote an op-ed “Let India Make Cheap Drugs” that published in the New York Times. Read...