HSR Special Issues

2020 Special Issue Call for Submissions

International Comparisons of High-Need, High-Cost Patients: New Directions in Research and Policy

Health Services Research (HSR) and the International Collaborative on Costs, Outcomes and Needs In Care (ICCONIC) are partnering to publish a Special Issue on International Comparisons of High-Need, High-Cost Patients: New Directions in Research and Policy.

Deadline for Submissions: November 30, 2020

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2019

 Putting Patients First: Today's Disparities Research Leading to Health Equity Tomorrow

 Experiences of Discrimination in America: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Sexuality 

2018

 The Future of the Health Services Research Workforce: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges

 Linking VA and Non-VA Data to Address US Veteran Health Services Issues

2017

 The Evolving U.S. Health Workforce

2016

 Improvements in Patient Safety

 Improving the Science and Practice of Public Reporting

 Evidence Regarding the Green House Model of Nursing Home Care

2015

 Incentives for Physicians

 Enhanced Hospital Discharge Data

2014

 The Need for State Health Services and Policy Research

 Health Information Technology

2013

 Simulation in Methods in Health Services Research: Applications for Policy, Management and Practice
 Integrating Mixed Methods in Health Services and Delivery System Research

2012

 Measuring and Analyzing Health Care Disparities
 Bridging the Gap Between Research and Health Policy - Insights from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars

2011

 Announcing a New Feature in HSR and a Call for Papers

 Global Health Services Research

 Using State-Level Evidence to Inform National Policy: Research from the State Health Access Reform Evaluation (SHARE) Program

 

Read more about the special issues process from HSR Editor Emeritus Harold S. Luft

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If you are interested in commissioning a special issue, please contact Taban Khan at (312) 895-2504 or tkhan@aha.org