JAMA Network

Chicago,  IL 
United States
  • Booth: 1420

Welcome to the JAMA Network Virtual Booth at APHA 2021!

Building on a tradition of editorial excellence, the JAMA Network brings JAMA together with JAMA Network Open and ten specialty journals to offer enhanced access to the research, reviews, and opinions shaping the future of medicine. Please explore our virtual booth to learn more about our new health policy journal, JAMA Health Forum, watch a video about submitting your research to the JAMA Network, or follow us on social media.

Announcing JAMA Health Forum, a New Health Policy Journal

Our newest journal, JAMA Health Forum is a fully open access journal that addresses health policy and strategies affecting medicine, health, and health care. The journal is now accepting papers on a variety of health policy topics, including public health, health disparities, population health, and more. Learn more about the Call for Papers here, or visit the JAMA Health Forum website to explore recent articles and sign up for email alerts. The journal's founding Editor in Chief is John Z. Ayanian, MD, MPP, of the University of Michigan, and the Deputy Editor is Melinda B. Buntin, PhD, of the Vanderbilt School of Medicine. 

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    JAMA Health Forum is now a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal focused on health policy, health care systems, and global and public health. The journal is the newest member of the family of JAMA Network specialty journals. In January 2020, JAMA Health Forum was launched as an online health policy channel, posting insights and commentaries by a wide range of US and international authors, invited commentaries by health policy experts, and news stories on timely policy issues and reports.

    As this health policy channel transforms into the peer-reviewed journal, JAMA Health Forum, its mission is to publish original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. As the team of editors leading the new journal, we are enthusiastic about fulfilling this mission in collaboration with the journal’s authors and reviewers and with the editing and publishing staff at JAMA Network. The strategic direction of the journal will be guided by an editorial board composed of leaders in health policy and public health. We invite readers to engage with the journal by commenting on articles on the journal’s website; following the journal on social media via Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; and listening to the journal’s monthly podcast summaries of new content and interviews with featured authors.

    Looking ahead, many challenges in health policy are unresolved and the need for strong evidence to guide health policy decision-making continues. Our goal is for JAMA Health Forum to play a leading role as a peer-reviewed journal, bringing rigorous evidence forward from a diverse community of authors to inform readers who will use this evidence to improve health outcomes and advance health equity.

    Learn more about JAMA Health Forum or read the current issue.


  • JAMA Health Forum
    JAMA Health Forum is a new open access journal from the JAMA Network covering health policy and strategies affecting medicine, health, and health care. Learn more at jamahealthforum.com....

  • New from the JAMA Network: JAMA Health Forum

    A new peer-reviewed, international, open access journal from the JAMA Network, JAMA Health Forum publishes research and opinion pieces that address health policy and strategies affecting medicine, health, and health care, including:

    • Original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy
    • Innovative approaches to health care topics including health care delivery, economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform
    • Timely and insightful commentary from health policy leaders
    • News briefs covering major reports released by government agencies, foundations, health policy think tanks, and other policy-focused organizations
    • Free-to-read content, fully integrated with all JAMA Network journals

    Learn more at jamahealthforum.com.

    Call for Papers

    JAMA Health Forum is now accepting papers that report original research on global, national, regional, or state/provincial health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. 

    The journal invites reports of original research, including observational studies and randomized trials, as Original Investigations or brief Research Letters. Other evidence-based reports, such as Special Communications and Consensus Statements, will be considered after a presubmission inquiry is approved by the editors. Viewpoints that address important health policy issues are also welcome.

    To learn more, visit the JAMA Health Forum Instructions for Authors.

    New Podcast: JAMA Health Forum Editors' Summary

    Listen to Editor John Ayanian and Deputy Editor Melinda Buntin discuss important articles published in JAMA Health Forum. Available at JAMA Network Audio or wherever you get your podcasts. Listen or subscribe today

    Sign Up for Email Alerts

    Be the first to hear about JAMA Health Forum articles--register for email alerts today. Visit jamahealthforum.com and enter your email address in the "Get the Latest from JAMA Health Forum" box on the right side. 

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