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Improving human health and expanding access to vital services requires collaboration with public health and human service agencies to develop and implement new ways of delivering effective and affordable care.

To that end, Penn State’s Center for Health Care Policy Research takes an interdisciplinary team approach to creating and disseminating new scientific knowledge that helps private and public decision-makers create accessible services and programs that improve people's health.

Mission

The mission of Center for Health Care and Policy Research is to create and disseminate new scientific knowledge that will help private and public decision-makers to develop cost effective services and programs that improve people's health.

We help researchers interested in all aspects of health services and health care improvement find funding, develop quality research designs, collect and analyze data, and disseminate findings to the right audiences.

Our Services & Expertise

Proposal & Grant Development

Let CHCPR’s grant development team assist with your next proposal.

Getting Research Done

CHCPR project managers and research staff can handle the logistics of keeping your funded project moving, and we can help with the science, too.

Qualitative Research Expertise

Our research staff have extensive experience in qualitative data collection and analysis.

Research Portfolio

CHCPR's research portfolio is drawn from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds and funded by both private and federal grantors.

Faculty Affiliates and Networks

Our professional networks can help you stay current and make new connections.

Workshops and Trainings

We provide group training in data collection techniques and analytic methods. Additionally our colloquium held each semester features researchers from across the country discussing current topics in health services research.

Ask the Experts Interview Series

This series of interviews is designed to identify important policy and practice topics and recognize how research can help.