Research and News

Financial assistance provided to kidney donors leads to federal savings
For each American who has kidney failure, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) spends more than $80,000 per year for dialysis treatment. This cost drops to only $30,000 when a patient receives a kidney transplant and no longer needs dialysis. Read more... 

New project will study peritonitis infection in peritoneal dialysis patients
A research team led by Arbor Research Collaborative for Health and St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto was recently awarded a five-year contract from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to study peritonitis infection in peritoneal dialysis patients. Read more... 

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health celebrates groundbreaking for new office
“We are thrilled to celebrate this important milestone in the history of our organization,” said Robert M. Merion, president and CEO of Arbor Research. Read more...