Developed as part of AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health project, this brief outlines the lessons learned by one social service provider in exploring a value-based contract with a managed care insurance plan.
Developed as part of AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health project, this report explains how changing the we pay for health and health care, can incentivize the health improvements and health care cost outcomes we want.
Highlighting research presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in June 2018, Rebecca Bruno of MITRE, an AcademyHealth organizational affiliate, points to solutions for addressing social determinants of health and improving health outcomes and reduced costs of care for the Medicaid population.
This evidence synthesis commissioned by AcademyHealth provides a review of public health systems research that has shown a return on investment.
Recent findings from AcademyHealth’s Payment Reform for Population Health Initiative, featured in Health Affairs yesterday, identify several strategies to leverage current Medicaid authorities to promote and provide prevention services.
AcademyHealth Senior Scholar in Residence and Adolescents and Children Together for Health (ACT for Health) Board Member, Denise Dougherty, Ph.D., shares current and ongoing work aimed at enhancing adolescent wellbeing.
Manufacturing Companies are Investing in Community Health, but Collaboration with Local Public Health Leaders Could Maximize Their Impact
Large manufacturing companies, which are often based in communities with relatively high rates of poor health behaviors and health outcomes, are well positioned to impact the health of those communities.
Innovative Medicaid Payment Strategies for Upstream Prevention and Population Health: An Executive Summary
AcademyHealth collaborated with Nemours Children’s Health System to help state Medicaid programs test approaches to financing upstream prevention and addressing social determinants of health. This brief highlights lessons learned and synthesizes important takeaways from that work.
Highlighting work in Maryland, this brief outlines how a state Medicaid agency can maximize existing authority to delivery nutritional counseling in Head Start settings in an effort to prevent obesity.
Medicaid cannot address and invest in social determinants on its own. This brief highlights Head Start as a natural partner offering significant opportunity for alignment of care coordination and service delivery with Medicaid.