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WEBINAR: Linking Medical Homes to Social Service Systems for Medicaid Populations

Low socioeconomic status and other social risk factors are linked to poor health outcomes and increased emergency department (ED) visits. Assessing and addressing these social risk factors can help improve these outcomes. However, connecting social services organizations addressing these risk...

The Strength of Multi-Sector Delivery Systems for Population Health (CMMI)

Overview Dr. Mays presented Income, Life Expectancy, and the Strength of Multi-Sector Networks for Population Health before the Prevention and Population Health Group at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Center (CMMI) in Baltimore, Md. Landmark research by Raj Chetty and colleagues...

Health Care, Employers and Multi-Sector Contributions to Population Health

Overview Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Public Health Systems show that hospital and employer contributions to population health activities vary widely across U.S. communities. As peripheral participants in the organizational networks that support population health activities, these...

WEBINAR: Optimizing Governmental Health and Social Spending Interactions

The United States spends more money on healthcare than other developed countries, yet experiences significantly worse health outcomes. But, understanding healthcare spending alone is not enough. While the importance of nonmedical barriers to health, such as lack of adequate housing, education...