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Study Suggests Restrictive Housing Vouchers Improve Recipients’ Health, Life Expectancy

January 31, 2020

Study co-authored by Dr. Zafar Zafari finds housing vouchers restricted to use in low-poverty neighborhoods cost less than traditional vouchers and help improve recipients’ health and life expectancy.

PHSR Hosts Chair of International Pharmacoeconomics Task Force

December 10, 2013

Dr. Sean Sullivan gives department’s graduate students a “behind-the-scenes” look at the creation of a professional society’s budget impact guidance.

Study of Outcomes From Medicare PartD Can’t Explain North-South Disparities

January 10, 2013

Heart failure and diabetes patients in the north paid more, adhered more to use of Part D drugs in first two years of the Medicare option, says School of Pharmacy professor.