The Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute studies the value and role of radiology in evolving health care delivery and payment systems, including quality based approaches to care and the impact of medical imaging on overall health care costs. Neiman Institute research provides a foundation for evidence-based imaging policy to improve patient care and bolster efficient, effective use of health care resources. Read the 2016 Neiman Institute Annual Report.

Published Papers

Peer-reviewed scientific papers authored by the Neiman Institute investigators, fellows, and affiliates.

Nonresearch Industry Payments to Radiologists: Characteristics and Associations With Regional Medical Imaging Utilization

This study evaluates characteristics of nonresearch industry payments to radiologists and associations with regional diagnostic imaging utilization. Full Article

Kokabi, N., Junn, J.C., Xing, M., Hemingway, J., Hughes, D.R., and Duszak, R. 2017. "Nonresearch Industry Payments to Radiologists: Characteristics and Associations With Regional Medical Imaging Utilization," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 14(3): 418 - 425.

Reports

A series of policy briefs focusing on topical issues in imaging health policy.

August 10, 2017

Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute™: 2016 Year in Review

The Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute™ annual report for Fiscal Year (FY) 2016. The report highlights several key accomplishments, including the launch of the Inpatient Cost-Evaluation Tool (ICE-T), a Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) report on a proposed breast cancer screening bundle and numerous other scientific achievements. Read More

Infographics

Infographics produced primarily with Neiman Almanac data to better understand current health care issues.

January 23, 2017

Number of Radiologists per 100,000 People Up Nationwide

There were more radiologists per 100,000 population in Massachusetts and Connecticut in 2013 than in any other state in the country. The national average also increased from 11.91 in 2012 to 12.29 in 2013. View Infographic