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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.
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The Milbank Memorial Fund in New York City and the Center for Evidence-based Policy in Portland, Oregon, are seeking a motivated and innovative leader with experience in Medicaid and/or other state health-related policy programs for a joint appointment. This shared Program Officer position will promote the mutual missions of the two organizations—advancing state policy and improving population health with the use of evidence—by overseeing existing shared projects and identifying new opportunities to meet the evidence needs of state health policy leaders.Read more
Everyone is talking about "population health" these days. And increasingly, states are looking at ways to incorporate population health goals into delivery system reform. An issue brief published by the Milbank Memorial Fund looks at how accountable care collaboratives, including Medicaid accountable care organizations (ACOs) or other ACO-like models, offer opportunities for states to do this.Read the issue brief
The Milbank Quarterly and Wiley are pleased to announce the journal’s top five, most-read articles in 2014. These five articles are available free to all readers until March 31.Read more
The Milbank Memorial Fund and the Pacific Business Group on Health have released a report on four states at the forefront of efforts to coordinate value-based payment approaches across multiple payers. The report looks at the extent to which self-insured employers are participating—and ways to engage them.Read the report
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Family Planning Programs Save Taxpayers Billions of Dollars
This Early View Milbank Quarterly study, written by Jennifer Frost and colleagues at the Guttmacher Institute, looked at the impact and cost savings of family planning services delivered to publically supported individuals.
The Perioperative Surgical Home Shows Positive Quality and Cost Outcomes
The Perioperative Surgical Home, which is complementary to the patient-centered medical home, has been found to improve the patient experience and clinical outcomes, while controlling costs for the care of surgical patients, according to a Milbank Quarterly study published in December 2014.
Christopher F. Koller
President of the
Milbank Memorial Fund
Along the coast of Australia, every community has its own Surf Life-Saving Club (SLSC), a voluntary club that trains and certifies residents to patrol the beaches. Most have their own building overlooking the surf—and get some support from the local municipality, akin to our voluntary fire departments.To read more ...