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Health system issues were featured at last month’s Annual Research Meeting (ARM) with a focus on equity, the impact of new data sources on decision making, and the need to advance the workforce.
Lisa Simpson, AcademyHealth President and CEO, delivered opening remarks at the virtual Annual Research Meeting yesterday, describing how we as a field collectively have the resources, talents, and skills to help make a better, more equitable, and more just normal, the new reality.
This “office hours”- style session provided an opportunity for open Q&A about the 2021 call for proposals under the Research in Transforming Health and Health Care Systems program, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grantmaking program managed by AcademyHealth.
As Mental Health Month draws to a close, child health researchers consider key components related to diversity, equity and inclusion that can ensure Black children and adolescents get what they need to help them flourish psychologically, socially, and emotionally.
This ‘plain language summary’ reviews recent research on how Veteran’s Affairs might ensure adequate access to high quality care via network adequacy standards. Network adequacy standards are common in the commercial market, where states regulate commercial insurers provider network. However, the regulations vary from state to state and the VA is a national system.
This webinar provided information about the 2021 call for proposals under the Research in Transforming Health and Health Care Systems program, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grantmaking program managed by AcademyHealth.
Care teams, regardless of composition, outperform solo providers in caring for patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension.
Postpartum women are more likely to use health care of all types during the first three weeks after childbirth, and increased problem-related health care use persists through sixteen weeks postpartum.
Research nominated as the best abstract for each theme from the 2021 Call for Abstracts explores topics related to COVID-19, the impact of Medicaid on access to care, using technology to improve patient experience, and more.