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
Understanding the Organization of Public Health Delivery Systems: An Empirical Typlogy Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/01/2010
Geographic Variation in Public Health Spending: Correlates and Consequences Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
10/15/2009
Public Health Delivery Systems: Evidence, Uncertainty, and Emerging Research Needs Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/01/2009
Finding Order in Complexity: A Typology of Local Public Health Delivery Systems Reports NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/15/2008
Institutional and Economic Determinants of Public Health System Performance Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/01/2006
Availability and Perceived Effectiveness of Public Health Activities in the Nation's Most Populous Communities. Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
06/01/2004
How Managed Care Plans Contribute to Public Health Practice Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
12/01/2001
The Contributions of Managed Care Plans to Public Health Practice: Evidence from the Nation's Largest Local Health Departments. Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
01/01/2001
Working Together? Organizational and Market Determinants of Collaboration Between Public Health Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
12/01/2000
Local Public Health Practice: Trends and Models Book/Chapter NLSPHS Resources and Results
01/01/2000
The Changing Managed Care-Public Health Interface. Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
11/25/1998
Collaboration to Improve Community Health: Trends and Alternative Models Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
10/01/1998
Not-So-Strange Bedfellows: Models of Interaction Between Managed Care Plans and Public Health Agencies Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
03/01/1997

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