Health Management and Policy Research
Engages in the design, evaluation, and promotion of health insurance products created to achieve improvements in health outcomes while managing costs faced by patients and employers.
Established in September 2015, the Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center aims to strengthen the workforce responsible for prevention and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders by conducting studies to inform workforce development and planning efforts.
Supports healthcare activities involving U-M faculty and working healthcare organizations, provides "action-learning" opportunities and mentor-preceptor relationships for U-M students, and promotes leadership and best-practice initiatives.
The Center for Evaluating Health Reform is charged with advancing our knowledge of health system reform through improving the process of academic research.
The Health Equity Leadership Pipeline Collaborative provides innovative, relevant, and scholarly research on health professions and health education training methods to increase the impact of healthcare leadership addressing health equity issues.
The Health Management & Policy Governance Lab analyzes politics and policymaking to understand how these factors contribute to our health.
The National Community-Based Organization Network (NCBON) was established in 2004 by members of the Community Based Public Health (CBPH) Caucus in affiliation with the American Public Health Association (APHA). Community Based Organization (CBO) members of the Caucus concluded that if their role as community partners was to be fully realized, they needed to develop an effective network of CBOs who want to partner with academic institutions and government agencies to carry out research and solve community problems.
HMP faculty and students also work closely with the following research centers and initiatives:
- Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative
U-M Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center (KECC)