Welcome

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

News

A Podcast with Zack Cooper on Healthcare Costs and Spending

July 31, 2018
ISPS Health Economist Zack Cooper is a guest on “Creating a New Healthcare,” part of a podcast series created by Zeev Neuwirth for Primary Care Physician leaders looking for...
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Are Health Care Services Shoppable?

July 30, 2018
Zack Cooper, Fiona Scott Morton et al. new research paper “Are Health Care Services Shoppable? Evidence from the Consumption of Lower-Limb MRI Scans” analyzes whether health...

Jacob Hacker Writes on the GOP's Attempt to Dismantle the ACA

June 4, 2018
Jacob Hacker’s new article is on the most ambitious effort to dismantle a social program in American history.  The Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act was only...
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Dr. David Fiellin Leads a Strategic Plan to Combat Opioid Abuse

May 10, 2018
Dr. David Fiellin, professor of medicine, emergency medicine, and public health, and director of the Yale Program in Addiction Medicine and a team of experts from Yale...
Mark Schlesinger, Department Chair & Professor of Public Health YSPH

Podcast: Mark Schlesinger Explains Medicare for All

April 3, 2018
In a podcast, Mark Schlesinger, Department Chair and Professor of Public Health, explains what “Medicare for All” means.  Schlesinger breaks it down into “two flavors”...