Study suggests hospital mortality rates dropped rapidly in the United States after May 2020 but have not declined further.
May 3, 2021
Lower mortality among COVID-19 hospital patients can’t be attributed to patient demographics, medical history, or infection severity
October 8, 2020
Newly announced federal grant supports Safe Start projects and partnerships aimed at helping Washington state businesses restart, rebuild and become more resilient
In support of the state’s Safe Start efforts, the Washington State Department of Commerce spearheaded a unique collaboration among public, private and philanthropic organizations to help keep small businesses open, protect and create jobs, while also looking ahead to strengthen key sectors in the future.
September 29, 2020
Modifiable health risks, such as obesity, high blood pressure, and smoking, were linked to over $730 billion in in health care spending in the US in 2016, according to a study published in The Lancet Public Health.
April 7, 2016
Assistant Professor Nicholas Kassebaum, MD, will give the talk “The maternal health gap: how the United States lags in infant and maternal mortality,” at Health Journalism 2016, the Association of Health Care Journalists’ annual meeting. IHME data show that the US was one of only eight countries whose maternal death rates increased between 2003 and 2013.
June 9, 2015
IHME Researcher Laura Dwyer-Lindgren and Post-Bachelor Fellow Amelia Bertozzi-Villa will participate in the panel discussion “Community health assessment: Better data for better health” at the National Association of County and City Health Officia
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