RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.—The annual U.S.
Aaron S. Williams honored as RTI International senior advisor emeritus for distinguished career and public service
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Aaron S.
New study suggests medical marijuana legalization may be associated with higher rates of mental illness
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—There may be a link between medical marijuana laws and mental illness, according to a new study published today in the International Review
Behavioral health coverage close to or on par with medical coverage after Affordable Care Act parity requirements
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—A new RTI International study examines the individual small group insurance markets and finds that in 2014 when the ACA’s parity requirements went into effect, the proportion of plans with behavioral health coverage incr
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—Some states allow categories of residential care homes to legally operate without a license. However, there is growing concern about illegally unlicensed care homes that commit government fraud and abuse and/or exploita
UNC, RTI International researchers assess US travelers’ knowledge of Zika virus, willingness to take hypothetical vaccine
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC- A collaboration between researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health, RTI International and the UNC School of Medicine has resulted in the first study to assess
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — U.S. News & World Report today released the 2018-19 Best Children's Hospitals rankings of America's top pediatric facilities.
New RTI Press book shares first-person accounts of pioneers and survivors of the early days of the AIDS epidemic
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— A new book, HIV Pioneers: Lives Lost, Careers Changes, and Survival, captures the riveting stories of doctors, researchers, survivors and their loved ones who battled the virus during the early days of the epidemic.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— A new RTI Press policy brief reports widespread consequences of sexual harassment among women faculty in science, engineering and medicine.
New study finds that one-quarter of working-age adults and one-third of children in Kansas and Missouri live in households carrying medical debt and many with chronic illness and mental health conditions go without needed care
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— With stakeholders concerned about rising costs and access to health care, a new study finds that roughly one-quarter of adults (ages 19 to 64) in both Kansas and Missouri, and one-third of children in both states, live