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Biomedical Research, Science, & Technology

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Avoiding Racial Bias in Child Welfare Agencies' Use of Predictive Risk Modeling

November 9, 2022
In recent years several researchers and child welfare agencies have begun developing predictive risk models to support child welfare decision-making. Predictive analytics is a sophisticated form of risk modeling that uses historical data to understand relationships between myriad factors to estimate a probability score for the outcome of interest.

Therapeutic Complex Medical Device Development

November 4, 2022
This report quantified the potential impacts of select clinical strategies on the cost, duration, and phase transition probability associated with therapeutic complex medical device development stages. The model used data from a variety of sources (public and non-public) and widely accepted economic methods.
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Evaluating the Potential Impacts of Different Clinical Trial Strategies on Drug, Preventive Vaccine, and Therapeutic Complex Medical Device Development

November 4, 2022
This environmental scan, conducted from September 2016 – September 2021, examines the potential impacts of select strategies on the cost, duration, and phase transition probability associated with drug, preventive vaccine, and therapeutic complex medical device development stages.
ASPE Issue Brief, Research Brief

Nursing Home Staffing and the COVID-19 Pandemic

October 6, 2022
It is well known that in the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States much of the devastation was concentrated in nursing homes. In addition to the staggering death toll, isolation and suffering from COVID-19 among nursing home residents, the pandemic introduced new challenges for nursing home staff and exacerbated ongoing challenges.
ASPE Issue Brief

Estimated Cost of Developing a Therapeutic Complex Medical Device in the US

October 3, 2022
This document presents the abstract of this paper, as published in JAMA Network Open. The full text of the article is available at: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2796179 Related Products:
ASPE Issue Brief

Trends in Prescription Drug Spending, 2016-2021

September 30, 2022
High prescription drug costs are a leading concern among Americans. Americans pay higher prices for prescription drugs than any other country in the world, with prescription drug prices in the U.S. more than 2.5 times as high as those in other similar high-income nations.
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How Increased Funding Can Advance the Mission of the Indian Health Service to Improve Health Outcomes for American Indians and Alaska Natives

July 22, 2022
This ASPE report discusses disparities in health and health care experienced by American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations, the role of the federal government in financing and providing health care services to these populations, and how enhanced funding could help further the Indian Health Service’s mission in ensuring that tribal communities have access to high quality health care s
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National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Progress Report: Year 5

May 13, 2022
The National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria 2015 – 2020 (2015 Plan) has guided the U.S. Government’s response to combating antibiotic-resistant infections since its establishment in 2015. The U.S. Government’s Interagency Task Force for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB) has produced four previous reports on progress toward the 2015 Plan.
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Mitigating Direct Care Workforce Injuries in Homecare: A Summary of the Evidence

May 12, 2022
Due to the increasing demand for homecare workers and the high rate of occupational injuries among these workers, addressing homecare worker safety is critically important. High injury rates among homecare workers contribute to turnover and absenteeism, and lead to high costs of workers’ compensation insurance for employers.
ASPE Issue Brief

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Hospital and Outpatient Clinician Workforce: Challenges and Policy Responses

May 3, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has put extreme stress on the health care workforce in the United States, leading to workforce shortages as well as increased health care worker burnout, exhaustion, and trauma.