ISPS Health at Yale brings together scholars from across the university who are focused on developing policy-relevant research that can strengthen health care systems, help people live healthier lives and enhance the way health care is delivered. The overarching goals of ISPS Health are to facilitate apolitical policy-relevant research at Yale, provide a hub for health policy research and education at the university, and act as a conduit for researchers to translate their research into actionable public policy at the federal, state and local levels. 

ISPS Health draws on a diverse group of Yale faculty from various schools and departments at the university – the Law School, the Department of Economics, the Department of Political Science, Yale School of Medicine, Yale School of Management, and Yale School of Public Health. This diverse group of scholars is a testament to our firm belief that complex problems require interdisciplinary solutions.

ISPS Health organizes a health policy seminar series, high profile health policy events and a forum for researchers from across the university to come together to discuss their ongoing research.


ISPS Health at Yale Leadership

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10.03.2013 · Jacob Hacker on the Launch of ISPS Health at Yale
Jacob Hacker, executive director of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, discusses the launch of its new initiative, ISPS Health at Yale.