Three in four Americans, aged 65 and older, have multiple chronic conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These illnesses affect both health outcomes and health […]

Healthcare stakeholders—purchasers, payers, providers, policymakers, researchers—all agree that social determinants of health (SDoH) factors impact health outcomes, and many providers, in their clinical workflows, now not only screen patients for […]

Every community includes individuals who experience a variety of complex health, behavioral, and social challenges. These individuals face not only poor health outcomes for themselves, they often consume a disproportionate […]

Over thirteen million American adults require some form of assistance to successfully function in their everyday life. Though there are many other options across the country, Medicaid is by far […]

Primary care clinicians are in a unique position to be able to build relationships with patients and uncover the root causes of medical conditions, even when those causes go far […]

The United States currently incarcerates roughly 46,000 youth offenders, many for relatively minor offenses. Not only does incarceration pose a significant financial burden on society, but it often proves an […]

For many people, the term healthcare conjures up mental images of doctors and hospitals trying to successfully treat patients after they have already fallen ill or become injured. While historically […]

Youth homelessness is an overwhelming national problem, but it doesn’t have to mean hopelessness. Throughout the nation are organizations and communities providing recognition, resources, technology, and opportunities to help youth […]

As part of the shift towards value-based care, many Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) have found successful strategies for reducing per capita spending and improving patient outcomes by addressing the individual […]

On April 24, the federal government issued a letter to Medicaid directors announcing new opportunities to test integrated care models for dual-eligible individuals (Medicare and Medicaid). Twelve million Americans use […]

Approximately one out of every five Americans rely on Medicaid for their access to healthcare resources. This works out to about 70 million people, many of whom belong to vulnerable […]

One of the biggest challenges of providing health and human services to any population is finding ways to efficiently connect individuals with the services they require. Over the last half […]

With the rapid and dramatic improvements focused on improving value-based care, the need has never been greater for increased coordination between the multitude of providers who are working together to […]

In February 2019, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) issued related proposals for policy changes which […]

Roughly 60 million people call small town America their home, and they face unique healthcare challenges. Statistically, rural Americans are more likely to have a chronic illness, have inadequate health […]

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