A deep-dive into all aspects of health data policy and strategy designed for professionals in emerging data-centric roles.
As part of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality-funded project Research Insights, managed by AcademyHealth, this webinar will highlight insights from specific states’ experiences with personal responsibility provisions in Medicaid and the national implications of these experiences.
NCI/AcademyHealth Healthcare Delivery Research Visiting Scholar Webinar: Developing a Framework for Measuring Quality of Cancer Survivorship Care
This webinar features the work of 2017-2018 NCI/AcademyHealth Healthcare Delivery Research Visiting Scholar, Larissa Nekhlyudov, M.D., M.P.H., who will present on her project on developing a framework for quality measurement in cancer survivorship care that may be used to drive research, policy, and clinical care in diverse settings.
This introductory seminar developed with support from the National Library of Medicine reviews data visualization use in communicating research, different approaches, and best practices.
A record-breaking year at the Annual Research Meeting.
Webinar: Managed Long-Term Services and Supports: The Potential for Medicaid Managed Care to Integrate Acute and Long-Term Care
Sponsored by the Long-Term Quality Alliance, AcademyHealth’s Long-Term Services and Supports Interest Group designed a webinar to provide a national overview of Managed Long-Term Services and Supports programs and an update on the state of the knowledge base on the effectiveness of these programs.
Harnessing the power of data and technology to improve health for individuals and communities
An extensive overview of the nation’s 2018 health policy agenda.
Post-Concordium Webinar: Innovations in Electronic Health Data—Highlighting Cross-Sectoral Partnerships
The webinar provides a brief overview of AcademyHealth’s 2017 Concordium Meeting and features the work of two awardees, who present on their innovative electronic health data projects focusing on health, housing, and school-based health.
Bridging the gap between research, practice, and policy in health and health care
AcademyHealth’s annual Meeting of the Members webinar.
A comprehensive seminar on all aspects of health policy
State Flexibility in a New Era: What are the Research Priorities for §1115 Demonstration and §1332 Waiver Evaluations?
With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AcademyHealth hosted this expert meeting to explore research priorities related to the evaluation of Section 1115 Medicaid demonstrations and Section 1332 state innovation waivers.
This webinar provides information about a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation call for proposals for research studies examining how to build trust and mutual respect to meet vulnerable patients’ health care needs.
Webinar: Helping Older Dual Eligibles Meet Their Basic Needs - Increasing Access to SNAP and Public Benefit Programs to Reduce Healthcare Cost
During this webinar, panelists provide an overview of new research on the effect of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) enrollment on health care utilization for senior dual eligibles in the state of Maryland and found that participation in SNAP reduces health care costs for low-income older adults.
This webinar provides a review of trends in statistical methods used in public health, resources for the effective use of public health data, and implications for training needs in the public health workforce.
AcademyHealth, in partnership with the ABIM Foundation, has developed a set of priorities through engagement of multi-stakeholder groups to develop, test, and use measures of low-value care that are sensitive to patient’s values. This webinar encompases a discussion of the rationale and scope of the project, the prioritization methods, and implications of the prioritization endeavors for low-value care measurement
AcademyHealth's Annual Research Meeting convenes users and producers of health services research from around the world to improve health and health care.
This webinar provides information about a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation signature research program: Health Data for Action.
The Annual Health Datapalooza is the gathering place for people and organizations creating knowledge from data and pioneering innovations that drive health policy and practice.
On Saturday, April 22, AcademyHealth will be marching alongside our colleagues in the scientific community in the March for Science in honor of our mission to improve health and the performance of the health system by supporting the production and use of evidence to inform policy and practice.
From AcademyHealth's Long-Term Services and Supports Interest Group and sponsored by the Long-Term Quality Alliance.
With a new administration in the White House, it’s important to understand what factors will drive the 2017 health care agenda.
In this webinar for mentors presents skills to facilitate mentorship with students and colleagues, which includes how to proactively engage with mentees and diversifying student populations.
This webinar presents strategies for fostering and sustaining long-term mentoring relationships, which includes finding a mentor, building a relationship, and knowing when to engage and seek advice.
Academyhealth's Annual Meeting of Members webinar
In this webinar hosted by the IRGNI IG, Diana J. Mason, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, moderates and provides an overview of the Edge Runner program and its relevance to building a COH among individuals, families and communities.
EDM Forum Webinar Series: Better Evidence. Better Decisions. Better Health (Part 2): Clinical Decision Support and User Experience
This free webinar addressed the potential policy responses to the growth of narrow network plans and identified where more evidence is needed, to inform researchers and decision makers.
Costs, Quality, and Provider Integration in the Local Health Care Marketplace: What Can Research and Recent Experience Tell State Policymakers?
This webinar examined what research tells us about the implications of provider concentration and integration, and included presentations from policymakers in two states that have adopted innovative policy approaches.