A Virtual Pre-National Health Policy Conference Event
STI Testing among Medicaid Patients (STAMP) Project publishes timely results in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine
With funding from the CDC Foundation, AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, in collaboration with five Southern state-university partnerships, publish timely findings on prenatal syphilis screening rates among Medicaid enrollees.
The Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute (ESHPI) developed a COVID-19-related research agenda exploring how Medicaid can examine the long-term impact on beneficiaries and the program.
New Cross-State Analysis Examines Health Services Disparities Among Medicaid Enrollees and Permanent Supportive Housing Programs
With the recent expiration of the federal eviction moratorium and the heightened focus on social determinants of health during the COVID-19 pandemic, this new cross-state analysis of permanent supportive housing programs is timelier than ever.
With funding from the National Institutes on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN) members and AcademyHealth conducted key informant interviews with nine states to describe the roles that Medicaid programs have taken to address the opioid epidemic and their policy and operational decisions.
Lack of data regarding dual-eligible individuals has long hindered the development of effective policy solutions and care improvement. AcademyHealth organizational member Arnold Ventures highlights new resources to help the research community strengthen and expand evidence at a critical time in the policy debate.
As lead clinicians for their states with responsibility for overseeing clinical care and stewardship of resources, Medicaid Medical Directors share their perspectives on clinical matters related to the FDA’s Accelerated Approval Program.
Leveraging data from AcademyHealth’s Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN), new research finds substantial improvements in use of medications for OUD. Improved understanding of the factors driving this increase is crucial to closing remaining treatment gaps.
As partners in the Going Below The Surface Forum, AcademyHealth and the National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC) consider the drivers of health spending in the U.S. through salons focused on challenging questions. Today’s post takes a closer look at strategies to reduce costs via employer-sponsored health benefits.
This month’s “Read on Washington,” available only to AcademyHealth members, includes updates on appropriations bills, negotiations to expand Medicare, an executive order to combat drug and medical prices, VA mandates for COVID-19 vaccines, and more.