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Leading efforts to advance MA's ambitious goal of bringing health care spending growth in line with the growth in the state’s economy.
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Mass. Public Health Oct 16
When planning to get your kids their flu shot this flu season, remember to get yours too. By vaccinating the whole family, you can protect yourself and your kids from the flu. Visit for more info.
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The Cost Trends Hearing starts tomorrow at 9 AM! Register here: Tune in live here: Materials available here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 15
Some coronavirus patients are receiving costly surprise medical bills.
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 14
Flu shots have been proven to be safe and effective. Get yours today. Learn more from at
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 14
Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are addressing areas of low-value care. Learn more in our new issue of DataPoints:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 13
The HPC has released a new DataPoints on HPC-Certified Accountable Care Organizations in Massachusetts. Read it here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 13
The 2020 Cost Trends Hearing is focused on COVID-19 and the Massachusetts Health Care System. Register here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 13
Need health insurance? The Health Connector’s got you covered! If you lost insurance through your job, sign up for a free webinar at 10AM, October 14, and get to know options for Massachusetts residents. RSVP at
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 8
A new nationwide poll from , , and shows that one in four rural households in the U.S. have been unable to get medical care for serious problems.
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 8
Have you recently lost health insurance from your job? Learn about your options through the . Sign up for a free webinar on October 14, 10-11AM at
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 8
Don’t forget to register for the 2020 Health Care Cost Trends Hearing, which will focus on the impact of COVID-19. Register here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 7
Read more findings from the CHART Phase 2 Investment Program here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 6
Learn more in "Serious Illness Care in Massachusetts: Differences in care received at the end of life by race and ethnicity," our new policy brief.
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 5
There is a lack of understanding surrounding people experiencing mental illness. That’s why is sharing some of the most misunderstood aspects of mental illness each day during MIAW.
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MA Health Policy Commission Oct 5
The HPC has released findings from the CHART Phase 2 Investment Program, including key outcomes related to the operational use of data, integration of whole-person care, partnerships, hospital utilization, and patient experience.
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MA Health Policy Commission Sep 30
There’s still time to register for the 2020 Health Care Cost Trends Hearing! Register here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Sep 30
Thanks for joining us! Materials from today’s meetings can be found on the HPC’s website here:
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MA Health Policy Commission Sep 30
Thank you to and for your presentations on the SHIFT-Care Investment Program!
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MA Health Policy Commission Sep 30
The Investment Program will offer $500,000 for two pilot programs over two years. The aim will be to increase access to doula services to mitigate known racial and ethnic inequities, enhance patient experience of care, and improve outcomes.
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MA Health Policy Commission Sep 30
There are different doula-focused care models that could be implemented. The doula could be employed by a doula organization, or employed by a hospital.
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