NEW REPORT

A new Milbank Memorial Fund report, “Aligning Payers and Practices to Transform Primary Care: A Report from the Multi-State Collaborative,” describes the efforts in states to take on the challenges of primary care transformation and payment reform. 

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NEW IMPACT FACTOR SCORE

The 2013 Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Impact Factors were recently released—and The Milbank Quarterly had a great year.  The ISI impact factor is the industry standard—and measures the number of citations a journal receives...

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VIEW FROM HERE: Transforming Delivery Systems—It's All About Alignment

By Christopher F. Koller
President of the Milbank Memorial Fund

How does systemic restructuring happen in health care delivery systems? It's a given among the health policy intelligentsia that to improve the value of health care in the United States, delivery systems need to "restructure"—to change the people, technology, and processes used to provide medical care. The conventional wisdom is...

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NEW Milbank Quarterly study, "Revisiting Financial Conflicts of Interest in FDA Advisory Committees," featured in New York Times, The Upshot and Wall Street Journal, Pharmalot Blog

Christopher Koller's Health Affairs Grantwatch Blog, "New Report from the Milbank Memorial Fund: Aligning Payers and Practices to Transform Primary Care"

Milbank Quarterly study, "How Successful is Medicare Advantage," featured in New York Times, The Upshot

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The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that works to improve the health of populations by connecting leaders and decision makers with the best available evidence and experience. Founded in 1905, the Fund engages in nonpartisan analysis, collaboration, and communication on significant issues in health policy. It does this work in three ways:

  • Publications—We publish high quality, evidence-based reports, books, and The Milbank Quarterly, a peer-reviewed journal of population health and health policy.

  • Programs—We convene state health policy decision makers on issues they identify as important to population health and facilitate the development of policies that work for them and their constituents.

  • People—We build communities of health policymakers to enhance their effectiveness.

CURRENT ISSUE

September 2014 (Volume 92, Number 3)
Table of Contents

Current Featured Article

Revisiting Financial Conflicts of Interest in FDA Advisory Committees
Genevieve Pham-Kanter

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LATEST REPORT

Health Worker Shortages and Global Justice   
Paula O'Brien and Lawrence O. Gostin
2011

 

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Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children
Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner
2013


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