RTI International has been selected as one of North Carolina's 2011 Family-Friendly 50 companies by Carolina Parent magazine.
RTI International Awarded Grant to Develop Novel Solid Sorbent CO2 Capture Technology with Masdar, Pennsylvania State University
RTI International has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a more cost-effective and energy-efficient carbon dioxide capture technology for fossil fuel-burning power plants and other industrial carbon dioxide sources.
Medicare managed health care plans can be effective in reducing costs and encouraging appropriate care, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International, Arizona State University, the University of California, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
A new study by RTI International, Duke University, and the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality finds that states spend up to $15 billion a year in medical expenses related to obesity.
To help reduce HIV transmission in South Africa and improve prevention strategies, RTI International will combine a biomedical intervention with an evidence-based behavioral intervention to maximize the efficacy of both strategies.
Seung-Hyun Cho, Ph.D., a research aerosol engineer at RTI International, was honored for her research on the health effects of particulate matter.
Researchers at RTI International is working with North Carolina State University and several other institutions as part of a collaboration to strengthen food safety by studying human noroviruses across the food supply chain.
RTI International and Virginia Commonwealth University have developed the MyPreventiveCare web site to improve the flow of information between physicians and their patients
The annual U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals rankings, with research by RTI International, named Johns Hopkins Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Mayo Clinic as the top three "honor roll" hospitals for 2011-12.
Research Shows Low Health Literacy Linked to Risk of Death, Emergency Care, More Frequent Hospitalizations
A review of evidence by the RTI International-University of North Carolina Evidence-based Practice Center found that low health literacy in older Americans is linked to poorer health status and a higher risk of death.