International Socioeconomics Laboratory
International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Healthcare Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Healthcare at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory strives to dissect prevalent and urgent matters in healthcare around the world. Researchers study a variety of healthcare issues, stemming from social science and economic structural matters such as healthcare insurance, availability, diversity, and system. Research fellows collect data using various methods ranging from qualitative methods using established equations and research variables to qualitative methods using scaler surveys and random digit dialing. The data is then analyzed and used towards establishing conclusions on the specific topic. The intent of the research is to identify the issue in the healthcare system, in the respective country, and inform others of this pressing matter.

The Effects of Socioeconomic Status on the Quality and Accessibility of Healthcare Services

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles, Pepperdine University

An In-Depth Analysis of the Effects of Various Public Service Facilities on Corona, Queens

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, New York Institute of Technology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City College of New York

The Effect of Healthcare on Maternal Mortality Rates

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles, Pepperdine University

Healthcare Accessibility in New York City

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, North Carolina State University

Healthcare Quality & Development

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, University of Delhi, Indira Gandhi Open University

Socioeconomic and Health Care Demands of Anxiety Disorders

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, University of Delhi, Indira Gandhi Open University

Racial Bias in the Medical Field and Its Influence on BIPOC Teenagers & Young Adults’ Decisions to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, University of Delhi, Indira Gandhi Open University

How are racial minorities affected by air pollution in New York City

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory, Bangladesh University of Professionals, Shaheen College, Sambalpur University, Odisha State Open University, Tata Institute of Social Science

Nationalized Healthcare vs. Privatized Healthcare

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

How did the Pandemic Exacerbate the Mental Health Crisis Across the Nation

Affiliation: International Socioeconomics Laboratory

Healthcare

The goal of the Healthcare Research at the International Socioeconomics Laboratory, is to examine the problems in different healthcare systems and construct policies that will provide feasible and attainable solutions. The solutions that are thought out and developed in ISL strive to aid countries that struggle to distribute the proper medical care. The research is produced to inform young generations of the statistical production and alleviation of healthcare disparities to develop new and improved medical insurance systems. The research and data conducted in this institute will aid the Finxerunt Policy Action Institute to create policy and legislation, improving the imbalance of quality in medical services.