The final post in the Payment Reform for Population Health blog series takes a look at the key elements needed for effective health care and non-health care sector collaborations.
The April issue of Health Affairs, a variety issue, contains studies on issues from health coverage for pregnant immigrant women to seat-belt use in the United States.
This profile reflects discussion from an AcademyHealth and the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement workshop on the issue of data and population metrics related to measuring non-clinical interventions.
AcademyHealth’s Community Health Peer Learning Program explored 17 national and regional programs supporting local and cross-sector collaborations.
This community participated in an AcademyHealth learning network focused on improving public health through the expanded capture, sharing, and use of electronic health data from diverse sectors.
This learning guide and supporting materials are intended to support population health performance management for those using electronic data.
Rapid Evidence Review: What Changes to the Built Environment Can Mitigate the Health Impacts of Crime?
This rapid evidence review examined strategies for modifying the built environment to mitigate the health impacts of crime.
Having now seen the president’s budget proposals for fiscal year 2017 and 2018, AcademyHealth remains highly troubled about what they mean for public health and health research.