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Healthcare Transformation

Healthcare Transformation

The mission of the Duke-Margolis health care transformation portfolio draws on Duke’s clinical and research expertise to identify care delivery and payment transformation strategies that have an impact in real-world settings; cultivate stakeholder engagement; and develop quantitative and qualitative evidence for supporting major payment and care delivery reforms at the practice, state, and national level.
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Biomedical Innovation

Biomedical Innovation

Duke-Margolis, in partnership with FDA and a wide array of other stakeholder groups, is focused on improving the process of medical product development and regulatory review to increase the treatment options available to patients and the value that these products can introduce into the health care system.
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Global Health Policy

Global Health Policy

Building on Center’s care delivery and payment reform work, biomedical innovation, and regulatory policy, Duke-Margolis leverages collaborations across Duke, including with the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health (CPIGH), Global Health Innovation Center (GHIC), the Duke Center for
International Development (DCID), and undergraduate Duke students, to implement projects and
activities around strategic priorities.
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Education & Workforce Development

Education and Workforce Development

A key pillar of the Duke-Margolis Center’s mission is to educate and train the next generation of leaders who will advance heath and the value of health care at the local, state, national, and global level. Health reform problems are among the most complex and pressing of the 21st century, and future health care leaders must have both technical knowledge and the ability to work and lead across a broad range of perspectives to succeed.
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Duke-Margolis is dedicated to improving health and the value of health care for all. Philanthropy from individuals, foundations, and corporations is critical to our ability to educate tomorrow’s health policy leaders and provide evidence-based health policy solutions that affect how health care is delivered, financed, and regulated.

Gifts for our priority areas of students, faculty, research and unrestricted Center support are meaningful investments in our work to improve health and health care in communities in North Carolina, across the nation, and around the world.