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Read Katie's analysis of the HHS proposed rule that would strip gender identity, language access protections from ACA anti-discrimination rule
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Carolyn McClanahan 2h
Finally getting to my May reading. This was a fantastic month, of course, they covered one of my favorite subjects - social determinants of health.
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Children born during a period of family have significantly greater health risks from birth through early childhood
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Visit our booth at the - the largest meeting of & enthusiasts. We look forward to seeing you there!
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"Witnessing death after painful death in the line of duty would under almost any other circumstances be labeled as traumatic. Yet among healers, it is often not."
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"The term “trailblazer” is used more frequently than it deserves, but in Alice’s case the term truly applies." - in remembrance of Alice Rivlin.
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Health Affairs 8h
The latest on blog: "Extending VBP Models Into Drug Purchasing: Challenges And Opportunities" by Alexander Dworkowitz, Anthony Fiori, + Deborah Bachrach
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Health Affairs 23h
"In addition to being a formidable intellect, an institution builder, + a tenacious solver of public policy problems, Alice was uncommonly thoughtful, generously sharing her time with colleagues young + old." Henry Aaron & Robert Reischauer on Alice Rivlin
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Health Affairs 23h
Read Katie's analysis of the HHS proposed rule that would strip gender identity, language access protections from ACA anti-discrimination rule
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Health Affairs May 25
Family resilience and connection can help children overcome adversity and flourish
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Health Affairs May 25
HHS Proposes To Strip Gender Identity, Language Access Protections From ACA Anti-Discrimination Rule.
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Health Affairs May 25
Children born experience three years of significantly elevated health risks
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Health Affairs May 25
Join us on June 4 for our briefing on Community Care For High-Need Patients. For more information and to sign up:
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Health Affairs May 25
Did uncertainty about undermine its positive effects on the health of recipients?
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Health Affairs May 25
Are you signed up for the Today newsletter? Daily or weekly emails with the latest blog posts, events, theme issues & more
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Health Affairs May 25
"The jury is out on whether SDOH needs screening in acute care settings is the silver bullet or a tool that is quickly gaining momentum without testimony for its effectiveness at improving the health and livelihood of the patients most in need."
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Health Affairs May 24
"Network matching would be an effective solution to the most common instances of surprise billing and compares favorably to many of the most commonly discussed alternative approaches." - +
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Health Affairs May 24
Edward Pound on the late Robert Pear: "You knew you could trust his reporting. He was, to be sure, a reporting machine. But Robert was so much more than that. He was a decent man who cared deeply for others."
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Health Affairs May 24
Congratulations to Larry Casalino and for their appointments to
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Michigan Medicine May 24
A lot of factors can affect a person's health -- including their background, their access to transportation & housing, and more. But are health providers asking patients about these? Our researchers shared their findings in this blog post:
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