Health Systems Innovation

Health is essential to quality of life. It is key to the strength of a nation’s culture and its economy and more than ever before, health care is in the process of transformation. The MIT Sloan Initiative for Health Systems Innovation (HSI) is playing a pivotal role in that transformation. HSI brings together faculty, researchers, and practitioners from across MIT and around the world to advance health management and delivery. Contact us


Featured Research:

Fighting another war: How many military personnel and veterans will have PTSD in 2025?

By Mohammad S. Jalali

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a serious public health challenge. It is estimated that about eight million people in the U.S. (2.5 percent of the total population) suffer from it. This rate jumps to about 11 to 20 percent among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who suffer from diagnosed or undiagnosed PTSD.

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Spotlight: Model Offers New Insight into Health Exchanges

A model of health exchanges by Sloan School economist Michael Whinston and colleagues is offering new insight into a particularly challenging management issue for the exchanges.

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