The Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute, one of the nation’s leading medical imaging socioeconomic research organizations, is now accepting proposals for research grants – particularly in the following areas:
“While we have highlighted these specific areas of interest, we encourage and may support any proposal that addresses an important issue related to medical imaging and the practice of radiology. We welcome qualified applicants from a variety of disciplines. Clinical practitioners interested in pursuing health services research and junior non-clinical researchers are especially encouraged to apply,” said Richard Duszak, MD, chief executive officer and senior research fellow of the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute.
The Neiman Institute conducts and supports research regarding medical imaging use, quality and safety metrics and human resources as medicine moves toward non-traditional, value-based payment and delivery. The data gleaned from these efforts will serve as the basis for true, evidence-based medical imaging and health care policy.