The “3” Series – Forging the Future of Health Care

Through forecasting future disease and mortality rates, demographers like Dartmouth Institute Assistant Professor Samir Soneji are able to predict how changes in population affect public policy. In this installment of our ongoing “3” Series, Soneji outlines 3 public and health policy challenges that will define the next generation. We invite you to continue the conversation with us!

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Since 1988, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice has been working to find solutions to some of the most challenging problems in health care delivery. Our goal is to help create an affordable, high-performing health system for everyone.


About 30% of the nation's spending on health care is unnecessary


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MRI use among women with newly diagnosed breast cancer has increased tenfold in the last decade without evidence that it improves outcomes

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