The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) recently awarded two Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award COVID-19 Enhancements to AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute to explore how Medicaid can examine the impact on beneficiaries and the program.
This publication is a part of a series in collaboration with Milbank Memorial Fund building on findings from AcademyHealth's Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network and focuses on the policy options states can leverage to impact the quality of OUD treatment for Medicaid enrollees.
AcademyHealth’s CDC-funded community of practice created these state snapshots to provide an overview of the project and successes they achieved to increase immunization rates among pregnant women and children on Medicaid.
By partnering with state agencies, public universities have an opportunity to conduct research and engaged scholarship to advance their mission of public service.
Established state-university partnerships support evidence-based state health policy and practice to transform Medicaid-specific care and improve outcomes.
Field Guide Offers Promising Insights for Implementation and Evaluation of Section 1115 Medicaid Demonstrations
AcademyHealth’s Medicaid Demonstration Evaluation Learning Collaborative fostered shared learning among state agency and research partners on common themes and challenges in the implementation and evaluation of Section 1115 demonstrations. This resulting field guide reveals the real-world lessons in evaluation design and measurement.
The Medicaid Outcomes Distributed Research Network (MODRN) supports evidence-based state health policy and practice with a focus on transforming Medicaid-based health care, including improving the patient experience with care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of health care.
New Institute Aims to Improve Use of Evidence in Health Care Policy and Practice in States and Local Communities
AcademyHealth announces new Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute (ESHPI), which aims to increase the use of relevant, timely and actionable evidence in state policymaking to improve health and health care for all.
Research Finds Medicaid Block Grants Would Negatively Impact Community Health Centers in Many States
The study simulated the effect of block grants and per capita caps on health centers’ revenues and service capacity using 2017 policy proposals that are similar to the Healthy Adult Opportunity initiative announced by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in early 2020.
AcademyHealth is supporting seven grants funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that seek to better understand how states and managed care organizations are working to identify and respond to Medicaid enrollees’ social needs.