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The Building Wealth and Health Network; Methods and Baseline Characteristics from a Randomized Controlled Trial for Families with Young Children Participating in TANF
Sun, Jing, Falguni Patel, Rachel Kirzner, Nijah Newton-Famous, Constance Owens, Seth Welles, and Mariana Chilton. 2016. “The Building Wealth and Health Network; Methods and Baseline Characteristics from a Randomized Controlled Trial for Families with Young Children Participating in TANF”. BioMed Central.
Estimated Staff Time Effort, Costs, and Medicaid Revenues for Coordinated Specialty Care Clinics Serving Clients With First-Episode Psychosis
Smith, Thomas E., Margaret Kurk, Rishi Sawhney, Yuhua Bao, Ilana Nossel, Dana E. Cohen, and Lisa B. Dixon. 2019. “Estimated Staff Time Effort, Costs, and Medicaid Revenues for Coordinated Specialty Care Clinics Serving Clients With First-Episode Psychosis”. Psychiatric Services.
AURORA, CO— Negative consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt in communities well after the spread of the virus is brought under control. The resulting economic disruption may increase social and health needs, exacerbating pre-existing inequities across the country. Greater alignment...
Overview The National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems (NLSPHS, as of 2018 NALSYS) is the only national, longitudinal source of information about local public health systems and how they evolve and change over time. This survey was conducted by the Center for Public Health Systems and...
Lexington, KY (June 28, 2016) – Four new research studies aim to improve health across entire communities by integrating the delivery and financing of medical care, public health, and social services. As part of the new Systems for Action : Systems and Services Research to Build a Culture of Health...
PRESENTATION: S4A Leaders and Grantees to Present at the 2018 Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science
Session Details Systems for Action (S4A) leadership and grantees will travel to Washington, DC, for the 2018 Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences to participate on a panel that highlights findings from four studies underway through the program. Collectively, the studies profiled in this panel reveal how inter-organizational networks, governance structures, and information flows function as mechanisms for system alignment in local communities.