Other Recent Awards

In addition to the awards provided through Donaghue’s three current grant programs, the following awards were made since 2010. Most of these awards were made through funding partnerships with other organizations.



Ellen Magenheim, PhD
Swarthmore College
“Fighting Viruses with Viral Marketing? Using Online Social Endorsements to Enhance Incentives to Sign Up for Flu Vaccinations”
2012


Judd Kessler, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
“Using Behavioral Economics to Promote Medication Adherence and Habit Formation”
2012


David Auerbach, PhD
RAND
“Primary Care Workforce Requirements and Supply – Alternative Care Models”
2012



Amber Barnato, MD
University of Pittsburgh
“Consumer-directed financial incentives to increase advance care planning among Medicaid beneficiaries”
2013


Ann Bonham, PhD
Association of American Medical
Colleges
“Advancing Effectiveness Research and Implementation Science in our Own Backyards: Donaghue Grant Opportunity for Academic Medical Centers”
2013


Elizabeth Bradley, PhD
Yale School of Medicine
“Hospital Strategies to Reduce Risk Standardized 3-day Mortality”
2013



Mildred Solomon, EdD
The Hastings Center
“Training for Journalists on Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Care Guidelines”
2014


Margaret Pisani, MD
Yale University School of Medicine “NAPP to Improve Patient Sleep in the ICU”
2015


Victor Villagra, MD
University of Connecticut Health
Center
“Patient Decision Quality: The role of financial incentives”
2015



Alexander Ommaya, DSc
Association of American Medical
Colleges
“Advancing Implementation Science in Community – Academic Partnered Research”
2015


Elizabeth Bradley, PhD
Yale University
“Identifying Effective Strategies for Coordinating Health Care and Social Services for High-Need, High-Cost Patients”
2015


Victoria Vetri, JD
Connecticut Office of the Health Care Advocate
“Study on State Healthcare Cost Containment Strategies”
2016