Institute for Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy

Where Big Data Drives Good Health Care Decisions

Prescription drug costs in the United States exceeded $370 billion in 2014. And each year, thousands of patients die of adverse effects from medication. That's what makes IPOP's efforts to improve health-related medication outcomes of individuals and populations in Kentucky and across the nation. IPOP researchers are national leaders in translating science into policy and outcomes through research, consultation, training, and community outreach targeting safe, efficient, and effective use of medications.

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World-Class Resources

In addition to a wealth of faculty, IPOP has a wealth of resources and tools available for use in conducting pharmaceutical outcomes and policy research.

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IPOP Research Cores

IPOP conducts research in four core areas.

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