News and Reports

As the world changes, the Center for Evidence-based Policy is proud to help policymakers address new challenges and realize opportunities to improve health outcomes. Search our database for timely news, research reports, and other resources for the policymaking community.

Rapid reviews to strengthen health policy and systems.

Rapid Reviews To Strengthen Health Policy and Systems: A Practical Guide

The Center’s Research Director and Associate Research Director were invited by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be contributing authors to the publication “Rapid Reviews To Strengthen Health Policy and Systems: A Practical Guide”. 

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The Center hosts informational webinar on Living Systematic Reviews and Cochrane Crowd

A webinar on a new way of creating timely evidence that includes machine learning, crowd engagement and ‘living’ systematic reviews in the area of Child Health.

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The Center celebrates the grand opening of the Henu’ Community Wellness Court in Kenai, Alaska

Center staff and affiliated consultants worked with the Kenaitze Indian Tribe and the Kenai Superior Court to design and implement this joint jurisdiction collaboration.

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The Center joins with Manatt Health to support Healthier Washington

The Center has partnered with Manatt Health to support the implementation of the Washington’s Medicaid Transformation within Healthier Washington. 

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Joint Jurisdiction Manual

The Center is helping tribes and their local, state and federal partners create joint jurisdiction collaborations.

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The Center Develops Opioid STR Toolkit for MED Members

The Center has created a toolkit to help our member states collaborate with their Single State Agency on Substance Abuse (SSA) in applying for funds to combat the opioid epidemic.

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The Center is working with Colorado SIM

The Office of Governor John Hickenlooper is using the Center for leadership and assistance.

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Naloxone Treatment Programs for Opioid Overdose

This report examines naloxone programs in various stages of development in three states and summarizes Medicaid coverage policies in ten states.

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Sofosbuvir for the Treatment of Hepatitis C

This report evaluates the evidence about the effectiveness and harms of sofosbuvir treatment for HCV, evaluates the AASLD guideline, and provides a compilation of the evidence to guide decisions on who and when to treat.

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