Featured Studies & Opportunities

Whether it’s health insurance, healthy lifestyles, quality of care or caregiving, health & wellbeing are hot topics. Many of our studies in this area are publicly available for you to use as background to guide your own research decisions. Much of our work involves custom, proprietary studies, but we also offer chances for healthcare clients to join multi-sponsor or subscription studies.

Featured Studies

Our work conducting quantitative and qualitative research with Accountable Care Organization (ACO) leaders describes the current state of this new type of care delivery organization. The research highlights the critical challenges they face as they change their focus to population health management with a new focus on linkages to critical social services and community partnerships.  The study was led by Premier Research Institute with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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Caregiving in the U.S. 2015 is a nationally-representative study of caregiving conducted once every 5 years by the National Alliance for Caregiving in partnership with AARP and Greenwald.
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Caregivers of Adults with Mental Illness was conducted in 2015 for The National Alliance for Caregiving, in partnership with Mental Health America and the National Alliance on Mental Illness, that studies the experience of caregivers of those with moderate to severe emotional or mental illness. Findings and policy recommendations were presented during a special briefing on Capitol Hill in 2016.
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Cancer Caregiving is a white paper written for The National Alliance for Caregiving, in partnership with the National Cancer Institute and the Cancer Support Community that highlights the challenges faced by someone caring for a loved one with cancer.
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Multi-Sponsor Opportunities

The Consumer Engagement in Health Care Survey (CEHS) –Conducted by Greenwald & Associates and EBRI since 2005, the CEHS has been instrumental in providing insights on enrollment trends in HSAs and HRAs, as well as highlighting the impact of plan design on consumer attitudes and behavior, contribution sources, annual contribution amounts, and rollover behavior. Funders provide oversight to the project, review and discuss the findings before they are released, and are encouraged to use the findings to guide their own marketing and research efforts.

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