The Health System Impact Fellowship
The Health System Impact (HSI) Fellowship (for doctoral trainees and post-doctoral fellows) provides highly-qualified doctoral trainees and post-doctoral fellows studying health services and policy research (HSPR), or related fields, a unique opportunity to apply their research and analytic talents to critical challenges in health care that are being addressed by health system and related organizations (e.g., public, private for-profit, not-for-profit, and Indigenous health organizations that are not universities) outside of the traditional scholarly setting, and to develop professional experience, new skills, and networks.
The 2018 Health System Impact Fellowship awards supported 49 Health System Impact Fellows (20 PhD trainees and 29 post-doctoral fellows). Learn more about the 2018 Fellows
The 2017 Health System Impact Fellowship awards and Training Modernization Start-Up Grants supported 46 Health System Impact Fellows (all post-doctoral fellows). Learn more about the 2017 Fellows
Together, the 95 Health System Impact Fellows are embedded within 62 health system organizations across the country and connected to 23 universities to accelerate and drive evidence-informed health system improvement.
- Career Profiles of Health System Impact Fellow alumni
- 2018 HSI Fellowship Funding Opportunity (launched Fall 2018)
- A $5.8 million investment embeds PhD graduates within healthcare organizations for greater impact
Archived HSI Fellowship Funding Opportunities
- 2018 HSI Fellowship Funding Opportunity (launched Fall 2017)
- 2017 HSI Fellowship Funding Opportunity
- 2016 Training Modernization Start-Up Grants
- Date modified: