Research Reports

EHF’s research uncovers invaluable insights about health policy and systems, and puts forward real, actionable pathways to deliver advances in health for all Texans.

We’ve produced more than 100 reports focused on health from all angles: social determinants of health, rural health, the impact of the Affordable Care Act, the plight of uninsured Texans, life expectancy in Texas neighborhoods, early childhood brain development and much more.

Plus, our annual Texas Health Policy Polls illustrate Texans’ experiences with access and affordability of health care, reveal what they believe should be the state’s top health priorities, and outline the roles that state and national governments should take to make the health system work better.

NEW Poll: Majority of Texans say having good medical care is not enough to live a healthy life

NEW Poll: Majority of Texans say having good medical care is not enough to live a healthy life

NEW MAP: What your neighborhood says about your life expectancy in Texas

NEW MAP: What your neighborhood says about your life expectancy in Texas

New Texas Health Poll: More than half of Texans say it’s difficult for them to afford health care

New Texas Health Poll: More than half of Texans say it’s difficult for them to afford health care

New Report: The Uninsured in Texas

New Report: The Uninsured in Texas

Episcopal Health Foundation Research Report

Strategies to Improve Maternal & Child Health Outcomes by Addressing Health-Related Social Needs

Early Childhood Profile and Availability of “Brain-Building” Services in Three Texas Regions

Early Childhood Profile and Availability of “Brain-Building” Services in Three Texas Regions

Behavioral Health in Harris County

Behavioral Health in Harris County

Texas Managed Care Organization Social Determinants of Health Learning Collaborative: Kickoff Meeting Summary

Texas Managed Care Organization Social Determinants of Health Learning Collaborative: Kickoff Meeting Summary

Moving Upstream – How Health Plans in Texas Address the Social Determinants of Health

Moving Upstream - How Health Plans in Texas Address the Social Determinants of Health

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