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CHCS is a national nonprofit policy center dedicated to improving the health of low-income Americans.
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Care for older individuals often fails to support family caregivers in managing their loved ones’ preferences. This CHCS initiative will help explore how to consistently ask “What Matters to you?”  
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A candid conversation with Louisiana’s director, Jen Steele, about the challenges and opportunities in improving health outcomes and reducing health disparities among the state’s low-income residents.
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CHCS 6h
A highly functioning executive team is invaluable to a Medicaid director. In this episode of Medicaid Leadership Exchange, Texas’ Stephanie Muth joins and to share insights on how to develop a cohesive team.
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From Maine to California, an estimated 18 million individuals in the US provide vital care to older family members. Learn how states are seeking to provide critical supports for this hidden workforce.
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Many barriers to care aren’t visible during a typical exam—such as lack of food, unstable housing, or lack of transportation. Complex care providers weigh in on different approaches to addressing the .
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CHCS May 25
Two leaders from Louisiana discuss their efforts to integrate fluoride varnish into primary care services for children enrolled in .
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CHCS May 25
This blog post explores how Vermont approached integration and how lessons learned can help inform sites interested in applying for the new InCK funding opportunity to integrate services for children and families.
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CHCS May 25
More and more, Medicaid programs collaborate with other state agencies to innovate. In this episode of Medicaid Leadership Exchange, Indiana’s and West Virginia’s Cindy Beane share how they have nurtured cross-agency relationships.
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CHCS May 25
At 26% of total national spending, is the largest payer in the nation for services. Value-based payment arrangements in Medicaid behavioral health care holds promise to improve quality and slow cost growth
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CHCS May 24
In this episode of Medicaid Leadership Exchange, and are joined by Ed O’Neil, a leadership development expert, to discuss approaches to leadership, and how it is both an art and a science. Subscribe and listen.
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CHCS May 24
Social determinants of health can account for up to 40% of individual health outcomes, particularly among low-income populations. This brief shares key considerations for organizations seeking to use data to improve patient care
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CHCS May 24
The Integrated Care Resource Center, coordinated by CHCS & for , published a wide range of resource to help states develop a more integrated, coordinated program for individuals dually eligible for and :
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Camden Coalition May 23
Podcast worth checking out: candid insights on Medicaid leadership and cross-agency collaboration from and .
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CHCS May 24
"Identifying people at risk for medication complexity is one way to shift to a patient-centered approach. "
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CHCS May 24
“Helping people who are experiencing the same things as I did...aids my own recovery more than they’ll ever know.” Read how Aubree found her calling as a community outreach recovery specialist helping those with .
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CHCS May 23
. just announced three regional convenings in GA, CA, and WA for stakeholders working to address barriers in their communities. Learn more:
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CHCS May 23
Medicaid Leadership Exchange, a new podcast series from CHCS and , features discussions with Medicaid directors on topics ranging from cross-agency collaboration to developing an executive team. Learn more and subscribe:
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CHCS May 23
What should health care providers consider when screening patients for and ? This tool offers guidelines:  
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CHCS May 23
Over 5 years, Oregon’s Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) held spending growth to 3.4%, avoiding ~$2.2 billion in costs. In this Q&A, Chris DeMars, Director of ’s Transformation Center, highlights the next phase of the CCO program: CCO 2.0.
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CHCS May 23
“It is so critical to align state investments to ensure that the comprehensive supports that a young family needs are in place.” - Learn about opportunities to strengthen and collaboration.
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