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Center for Health Innovation and Policy Science

The Center for Health Innovation & Policy Science (CHIPS) is an interdisciplinary research center that works to improve health across communities and the lifespan through innovation, evaluation, and training in health policy and health systems science.

Housed in the Department of Health Services, CHIPS brings together researchers from all departments in the School of Public Health as well as the broader University of Washington community.


photo: Policy Brief November 2019 - Saving Rural Hospitals

Policy Brief November 2019 - Saving Rural Hospitals

While rural hospitals are struggling financially, they continue to be essential in their local communities. What can states do to support them and the health care they provide?   read more...

CHIPS' 2nd Annual Health Policy Writing Contest

Do you have policy-writing chops? It is a valuable skill if you want your research to have a bigger impact or pursue policy work. Submit a policy brief before Spring Quarter for cash prizes of up to $1,000 and bragging rights!   read more...

photo: CHIPS Monthly Seminar: October 2019

CHIPS Monthly Seminar: October 2019

Dr. Giana Davidson and Elizabeth Austin joined us at our monthly seminar to describe their experience developing, pilot testing, and evaluating a complex intervention that aimed to improve care transitions for complex patients.   read more...


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