Recent AcademyHealth webinar presenter and behavioral scientist Natoshia Askelson reflects on the evaluation of Iowa’s Healthy Behavior Program 1115 Waiver.
Cross-state analysis is often hindered by data sharing challenges. A new Medicaid Distributed Research Network seeks to advance knowledge through the use of a Common Data Model.
As states continue to propose, implement, and evaluate new Medicaid demonstrations, AcademyHealth reviews recent developments related to Medicaid expansion funding, work requirements, and hospital reimbursement.
AcademyHealth recently convened a group of eight state Medicaid programs and public health stakeholders to examine why an effective HIV prevention treatment is underused, why clinical care guidelines are underutilized, and how intra-agency collaborations could improve its delivery and use.
The State-University Partnership Learning Network (SUPLN) collaboratively works to support evidence-based state health policy and practice with a focus on transforming Medicaid-based health care, including improving the patient experience, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of health care.
A new AcademyHealth learning collaborative of leading Medicaid demonstration evaluation researchers are working together to support state efforts to test innovations in Medicaid.
The Role of Medicaid Engagement and Education Efforts in Improving Delivery of PrEP Intervention Services
This issue brief, commissioned by AcademyHealth, identifies ways the Medicaid program can educate patients and providers to improve the use of PrEP medication and clinical services.
This issue brief, commissioned by AcademyHealth, identifies Medicaid benefits and financing mechanisms that could be used to improve uptake and delivery of PrEP medication and clinical care.
Studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting examine the relationship between health spending and social spending and point to budget-neutral.
New studies presented at AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting highlight the unintended consequences of Tennessee’s Fetal Assault Law and how cost-saving efforts may not achieve reduced spending in Medicare.