AHRQ Training Grant

Between 1994 and 2018 the Institute on Healthcare Systems at the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy, under the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Doctoral Training Grant in Health Services Research, supported and educated qualified doctoral students interested in research careers. The AHRQ Training Program supported over 60 trainees with tuition and stipend support for up to three years. The primary objective of the program was the focused and rigorous preparation of doctoral students for research careers in universities, governmental agencies, or other research settings devoted to health services research. The AHRQ Training Program is designed to produce researchers with expertise in state-of-the-art concepts and research methods in health services research and health policy analysis. 



Frances Shechter Raede
The Role of Care Transitions, Accountable Care Organizations and Provider Systems in the Total Knee Replacement Episode of Care


William Brandel
The Impact of Teamwork on Technology Acceptance in a High-Risk Patient Care Delivery Program

Laurie Coots Daras
Facility Rates of Hospital Readmission Following Discharge from Post-Acute Rehabilitation

Monica O'Reilly-Jacob
The Frequency of Low-Value Back Imaging in the Care of Medicare Beneficiaries: Three Comparisons Across Clinician Types