Reducing and Eliminating Health Inequities

Health inequities based on educational attainment, gender, sexual orientation, immigration status, disability status, income status, food security status, housing status, and rural/urban geographic areas of residence are linked to unmet needs for social, medical, and public health services. Research in this S4A priority area identifies innovative strategies to align and coordinate delivery and financing systems for medical care, social services, and public health and prevention services to reduce health inequities over the life course.
Product Title Product Type Project(s) Datesort ascending
Earned Media: Can Kentucky's New Governor Undo Obamacare? Communication ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
12/16/2015
Inter-organizational Network Effects on Public Health Service Implementation, Outcomes, and Disparities Across U.S. Communities Presentation ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
12/15/2015
Geographic Variation in the Implementation of Public Health Services: Organizational, Economic, and Network Determinants Presentation ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
12/15/2015
Earned Media: New Kentucky Governor Faces Reality of Dumping Obamacare Plan Communication ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
11/15/2015
Earned Media: ACA Opponents Boosted by Kentucky, Virginia Elections Communication ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
11/14/2015
Earned Media: Keep It or Kill It? Kentucky Governor Candidates on kynect, Medicaid Expansion Communication ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
11/04/2015
Estimating Health and Economic Gains from Public Health Delivery System Transformation Presentation ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
11/04/2015
Trends in Health Care Delivery Systems: Implications for Cancer Prevention and Control Presentation ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
09/10/2015
Systems for Action Research Agenda Reports Research Agenda
09/01/2015
Earned Media: Sedgwick County Health Budget Cuts Could Contribute to 65 Deaths a Year Communication ACA Implementation and Comprehensive Population Health Systems
08/09/2015
Research Agenda Development: Delphi Panel Stage 2 Results Reports Research Agenda
05/01/2015
Evidence Summaries: Topics in Systems for Action Research for Building a Culture of Health Reports Research Agenda
05/01/2015
PHSSR Evidence Synthesis 2009-2015 Reports Research Agenda
02/01/2015
2012 National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems Instrument Reports NLSPHS Resources and Results
01/15/2012
Geographic Variation in Public Health Spending: Correlates and Consequences Article NLSPHS Resources and Results
10/15/2009

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