By Gopal Khanna MBA – In just a few months’ time, COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, presenting the Nation with a challenge not faced in generations. The pandemic has separated friends and family, led to job losses for tens of millions of Americans, and claimed the lives of tens of thousands.Read More
Gopal Khanna MBA
By Gopal Khanna MBA – The COVID-19 crisis has emerged as a lethal threat to Americans in all age groups, among all races and ethnicities, in communities urban and rural. It is one of the deadliest outbreaks in more than a century, testing our current public health and healthcare delivery infrastructure like no other.
By Gopal Khanna MBA – Recently in his State of the Department speech, HHS Secretary Alex Azar talked about the importance of using markets to put patients at the center of healthcare to deliver more affordable care and better health for every American.
By Gopal Khanna MBA – As the Nation continues to reel from the opioid crisis—a public health epidemic that claims at least 130 lives per day—we continue to look for ways to limit the damage.
By Gopal Khanna MBA – Recently we announced the launch of our Division of Digital Healthcare Research and highlight the availability of a funding opportunity to support care transitions. We are at the beginning of a digital revolution in healthcare, and it’s an exciting time…
By Gopal Khanna MBA – As we look toward the 20th anniversary of AHRQ on December 6, 2019, I want to share some thoughts about where the Agency has been and where we are headed.
By Gopal Khanna MBA – It is estimated that 50 million American adults experience chronic pain daily, with nearly 20 million experiencing the kinds of high-impact pain that interfere with daily life or work. The financial cost of treating pain is enormous – between $560 billion and $635 billion annually.
By Gopal Khanna MBA – I am excited to announce that AHRQ has reached an important milestone in one of its ongoing challenge competitions. We’ve selected 12 semifinalists in our Visualization Resources of Community-Level Social Determinants of Health Challenge.
By Joel Cohen PhD & Gopal Khanna MBA – As AHRQ continues to collect and disseminate data that describe trends in U.S. healthcare, we are often reminded of an important principle: data alone are often not enough.