Econometrica recognizes 2017 National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day, and reaffirms our commitment to understanding and addressing homelessness.
According to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), clinician burnout can lead to serious consequences, including medical error and clinician suicide.
On December 12, 2017, Econometrica attended the Annual Honorary Awards Ceremony held by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), ONC.
This December, Econometrica has partnered with Bethesda Cares to organize a food, clothing and toiletries drive.
As a reminder, Econometrica’s fundraising page to support the Central Texas Food Bank including those affected by Hurricane Harvey continues to accept donations.
The 2017 World AIDS Day theme includes partnerships; learn more about the housing opportunities for persons with AIDS as well as fair housing rules.
Econometrica recently awarded an FNS contract to conduct a study to predict the number of CACFP Family Day Care Homes that are misclassified.
Getting the flu is no fun, and it can be far more serious than just keeping you away from the office for a few days.
Econometrica, Inc., was recently awarded a contract by the CDC to build an online training program for healthcare professionals working in LTCFs.
Econometrica heads to Pittsburgh, PA, to learn and exhibit at the 2017 NAHRO National Conference.
In recognition of National Book Month and the many reading-related events celebrated in October, Econometrica’s Data & Analytics Group members have compiled a short list of some of their favorite reads related to regulatory analysis and economics.
Members of Econometrica’s Editing Group list some of their favorite books just in time for National Book Month!