Alignment, Collaboration, and Synergy

Coordinated efforts to identify and meet the social needs of patients and population groups can lead to improved health status and well-being as well as lower health care utilization and costs. Research in this S4A priority area evaluates the combinations of health care, social services, and public health services that yield desired outcomes for specific population groups, identifies effective organizational models and financing strategies that support coordinated medical, public health and social services delivery, and how optimal models and strategies vary based on community resources or other contextual factors.
Product Title Product Type Project(s) Datesort ascending
2018 National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems Instrument Reports NLSPHS Resources and Results
06/21/2018
Strengthening the Carrying Capacity of Local Health and Social Service Agencies to Absorb Increased Hospital/Clinical Referrals (Research-in-Progress Series) Presentation Strengthening the Carrying Capacity of Local Health and Social Service Agencies to Absorb Increased Hospital/Clinical Referrals
02/07/2018
Classifying and Comparing Hospital-to-Community Care Transition Strategies in Real-World Settings: Lessons from Project Achieve (NHPC 2018) Presentation The Effect of Uncompensated Care Costs on Hospital Contributions to Population Health Improvement Activities
02/06/2018
Optimizing Governmental Health and Social Spending Interactions (Research-in-Progress Series) Presentation Optimizing Governmental Health and Social Spending Interactions
01/24/2018
Assessing the capacity of social determinants of health data to augment predictive models identifying patients in need of wraparound social services. Article Improving Population and Clinical Health with Integrated Services and Decision Support
01/10/2018
Research Brief: Trauma-Informed TANF: A Randomized Controlled Trial with Two-Generation Impact Reports The Impact of Integrating Behavioral Health with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families to Build a Culture of Health across Two-Generations
01/01/2018
Estimating the Cost of Providing Foundational Public Health Services Article ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
12/28/2017
Estimating the Cost of Providing Foundational Public Health Services Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
12/28/2017
Webinar: Implementing a Culture of Health among Delaware's Probation Population (Research-in-Progress Series) Presentation Implementing a Culture of Health among Delaware's Probation Population
11/15/2017
Webinar: Community Complex Care Response Team to Improve Geriatric Public Health Outcomes (Research-in-Progress Series) Presentation Testing of a Community Complex Care Response Team to Improve Geriatric Public Health Outcomes
11/02/2017
Using structured and unstructured data to identify patients' need for services that address the social determinants of health. Article Improving Population and Clinical Health with Integrated Services and Decision Support
11/01/2017
Research Brief: Building Wealth and Health Network Preliminary Outcomes Reports The Impact of Integrating Behavioral Health with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families to Build a Culture of Health across Two-Generations
11/01/2017
Webinar: Financing and Service Delivery Integration for Mental Illness & Substance Abuse (Research-in-Progress Series) Presentation Financing and Service Delivery Integration for Mental Illness and Substance Abuse
10/18/2017
Organizing and Financing Population Health: Systems, Policies & Incentives Presentation NLSPHS Resources and Results
08/28/2017
Organizing and Financing Population Health: Systems, Policies & Incentives Presentation Preventable Death Rates Fell Where Communities Expanded Population Health Activities Through Multisector Networks
08/28/2017
Reforming Care for Patients at Increased Risk of Hospitalization: The Comprehensive Care Physician Model and the Comprehensive Care, Community and Culture Program (AcademyHealth 2017) Presentation The Comprehensive Care, Community, and Culture Program
06/26/2017
Multi-Sector Population Health Activities Reduce Income-Related Disparities in Life Expectancy (AcademyHealth ARM 2017) Presentation Multi-Sector Population Health Activities Reduce Income-related Disparities in Life Expectancy
06/26/2017
Aligning Medicaid & TANF for A Two-Generation Impact on Behavioral Health and Economic Security (AcademyHealth 2017) Presentation The Impact of Integrating Behavioral Health with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families to Build a Culture of Health across Two-Generations
06/26/2017
Services for Social Determinants of Health Delivered in Primary Care Settings: Measurement & Prevalence (AcademyHealth 2017) Presentation Improving Population and Clinical Health with Integrated Services and Decision Support
06/25/2017
The Strength of Multi-Sector Delivery Systems for Population Health Presentation Multi-Sector Population Health Activities Reduce Income-related Disparities in Life Expectancy
05/24/2017
Public Health System Capital and its Health and Economic Returns Presentation NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/30/2017
Public Health System Capital and its Health and Economic Returns Presentation Preventable Death Rates Fell Where Communities Expanded Population Health Activities Through Multisector Networks
03/30/2017
Housing for Health: Using Linked Administrative Data to Assess Cross-Sector Impacts of Permanent Supportive Housing (LA Co. Dept. of Public Health Annual Science Summit) Presentation Housing for Health: Assessing the Cross-Sector Impacts of Providing Permanent Supportive Housing to Homeless High Utilizers of Health Care Services
03/23/2017
Webinar: Understanding Rural-Urban Differences in the Implementation of Population Health Activities Presentation Rural vs. Urban: Differences in the Implementation of Population Health Activities
03/14/2017
Webinar: Comprehensiveness in the Delivery Systems for Population Health Activities: Longitudinal Variation Presentation Public Health Spending and Medicare Resource Use: A Longitudinal Analysis of U.S. Communities
03/14/2017

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