In collaboration with AcademyHealth’s Payment Reform for Population Health project, a team at Northeastern University conducted four case studies of cross-sector community-level population health improvement efforts focused on addressing social determinants of health.
A trusted convener, agreed upon by community partners to serve as an organizing entity, can foster relationship building and facilitate payment reform for population health.
Funding sources, financing strategies, and payment models can all influence a health system’s consideration to invest in or fund non-clinical population health.
Elements That Support Payment Reform for Population Health: Shared Data Collection, Analysis, and Evaluation
Sufficient data infrastructure across health systems and community social service providers support the management of a collaborative partnership’s community-wide population health improvement efforts.
The need for alignment across sectors, cultures and goals is crucial to support a collaborative partnership’s community-wide population health improvement efforts.
The education sector, the health sector, and many others have long realized that they need to work together for better outcomes. Sharing data between sectors can help, but it’s not easy.
Health System Integration Leader for Honor Health and Health Datapalooza co-chair Kelsey Mellard highlights six ways health systems can move toward value-based practices.
AcademyHealth and the Colorado Children’s Immunization Coalition announce a partnership to improve vaccination rates of low-income children and pregnant women.
In concert with National Cybersecurity Month, Christine Sublett of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Task Force describes how our nation’s information infrastructure is evolving.
New Funding Awards Signal Promise for Future of Data-Driven, Multisector Efforts to Improve Community Health
Building on the last two years as part of AcademyHealth’s Community Health Peer Learning Program, communities in New Orleans and rural California are tackling new challenges with new funding.