As the Annual Research Meeting draws to a close, this final post in our series highlighting how AcademyHealth is #MoreThanAMeeting describes our year-round work with several learning networks.
AcademyHealth Director Lauren Gerlach and Mona Shah of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation discuss the importance of rigorous evaluation of Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration waivers.
A new study published in HSR, an official journal of AcademyHealth, found that while the use of new cancer therapies did result in noteworthy improvements in lung cancer survival rates, Medicare spending increased substantially, raising concerns about the financial burden of these treatments.
Collaboration Between Clinicians, Public Health Officials, and Medicaid Could Reduce Inappropriate Antibiotic Use
Written by Kentucky members of AcademyHealth’s State-University Partnership Learning Network, this issue brief offers strategies to improve antibiotic use, including an analysis of Kentucky Medicaid claims data.
With funding from the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC), AcademyHealth and collaborators conducted an analysis of four states participating in the Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN). This brief examines polysubstance use disorders in those state Medicaid programs, which have implications for Medicaid expenditures and the way states design delivery systems for this vulnerable population.
AcademyHealth and the Association of University Programs in Health Administration congratulate friend, colleague, and long-time member Steve Shortell on his induction into Modern Healthcare’s Hall of Fame.
AcademyHealth's Medicaid Medical Directors Network (MMDN) share their perspectives on clinical matters related to telehealth, especially around equity, quality, and payment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This publication, produced in coordination with AcademyHealth’s Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN) and the Milbank Memorial Fund, delves into two areas of state Medicaid OUD care delivery innovation and offers recent examples from state Medicaid programs.
Informed by discussant interviews, this report highlights themes in successful state-based maternal health data linkage initiatives, gaps in implementing such initiatives, and the status of current data linkages to address maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity.
In a JAMA commentary published last week, three Medicaid Medical Directors from AcademyHealth’s Medicaid Medical Directors Network examine how Medicaid programs can ensure equitable administration of COVID-19 vaccines.