Grant Miller, PhD, MPPAssociate Professor of Medicine; Associate Professor, by courtesy, of Economics and of Health Research and Policy; Senior Fellow at FSI and CHP/PCOR Core Faculty Member
Universal access to lifesaving AIDS drugs — a United Nations’ Millennium Development Goal that officials hoped to accomplish by 2010 — would require a staggering $15 billion annual investment from the international community at a time when the economic downturn is challenging continued funding for relief efforts, according to a new analysis by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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CHP/PCOR Press Release
The rise in AIDS death rates in sub-Saharan Africa has led to a burgeoning new category of neglected individuals — nearly a million orphaned elderly, or older adults living alone without the benefit of any caregivers, Stanford Health Policy researchers have found.
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Stanford Magazine features Grant Miller and colleagues' work to lessen anemia and malnutrition among children in ChinaCHP/PCOR in the news: Stanford Magazine on March 10, 2010
The magazine highlights Stanford Health Policy core faculty member Grant Miller's work to curb anemia in rural China through pay for performance incentives. Miller's research is part of a larger effort by the Rural Education Action Project-a joint initiative of Stanford and key Chinese research centers. Read more »
Miller Receives Grant to Study Behavioral Strategies for Improving Maternity and Birth Outcomes in IndiaCHP/PCOR Announcement
Stanford Health Policy core faculty member Grant Miller has received approximately $1.2 million from the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) to evaluate the efficacy of programs in two Indian states to better align the incentives of maternity care providers with high quality services and good health outcomes. Read more »
Miller receives Presidential Fund grant to test pay for performance health incentives among anemic in ChinaCHP/PCOR News
Core faculty Grant Miller received an award for his proposal "Paying for Performance in China's Battle against Anemia" and will begin the program in rural northwest China this fall with Stanford Assistant Professor of Education Jennifer Adams. Read more »