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Programs

AcademyHealth programs are led by our expert staff, supported by funding from a variety of partners, and all aimed at improving health and the health system. An alphabetical list of both past and current activities is below. Efforts include learning, translation and dissemination, technical assistance, professional services, as well as stakeholder engagement and community building.

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Access, Affordability and Insurance Design

Access to quality health care systems is essential to good health, and it is not possible without affordable, quality health insurance coverage. These policy-relevant analyses from the Research in Transforming Health and Healthcare Systems program inform strategies to ensure access to high-quality, affordable health care and insurance coverage.
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Analysis of Use of Non-Opioid Controlled Substances and Treatment of Non-Opioid Substances Use Disorders Among Medicaid Beneficiaries

With support from the Medicaid and CHIP Payment & Access Commission, AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute, in collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh, is exploring the use of non-opioid controlled substances and the treatment of non-opioid substance use disorders.
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Analyzing Rates of Congenital Syphilis Screening among Pregnant Medicaid Enrollees in Three Southern States

In collaboration with the University of Kentucky, University of South Carolina’s Institute for Families in Society, and University of Louisiana Monroe, AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute is assessing congenital syphilis rates among pregnant Medicaid enrollees in three southern states.
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Analyzing Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing in Medicaid Populations

With support from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Foundation, AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute in collaboration with the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is assessing syphilis testing among pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries as well as rates of STI testing of state Medicaid beneficiaries on PrEP.
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Building Capacity to Improve HIV Viral Suppression Data in Medicaid

NASTAD (National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors), in partnership with AcademyHealth and the University of California San Francisco, are collaborating on a four-year Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant focused on building state capacity to report HIV viral suppression data through the HVL-AD measure as part of the annual Medicaid Adult Core Set.
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Building Trust

While studies have documented a lack of trust in the healthcare system, little evidence exists on how to build trust and mutual respect to address and overcome the health inequities that exist. Projects under the Building Trust and Mutual Respect to Improve Health Care program seek to understand the level of trust patients have across the many facets of the health care system.
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