The Institute for Behavioral Health (IBH) focuses on the intersection of health, behavior, and systems of care, with an emphasis on their linkages. Its underlying premise is that these systems can be better used to promote healthier lifestyles and assist individuals to engage in behaviors which lead to better health.
Stuart Altman, Sol C. Chaikin Professor of National Health Policy and chair of Massachusetts' Health Policy Commission, discusses Heller's historical influence on U.S. Health Systems.
The Institute on Healthcare Systems (IHS) is dedicated to bringing greater knowledge to both private and public policy makers. This is accomplished through state and national forums, short-term policy studies and research using advanced study designs and analytics. Our broad expertise on payment options, delivery systems, patient care practices, and quality has allowed us to develop real world organizational solutions, particularly for vulnerable populations.
The Institute for Global Health and Development (IGHD) seeks to bring the best research to leaders and policy makers to achieve results at scale with a focus on the poor and social justice. IGHD does direct government advising, policy-relevant research and evaluation, and advocacy to impact policy making in partnership with like-minded institutions in the U.S., the international community and the developing world.
Schneider Institutes for Health Policy • The Heller School for Social Policy and Management • Brandeis University