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The Latest from The Milbank Memorial Fund

  1. Implementing High-Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health Care

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  2. Putting Primary Care First: Factors Influencing State Medicaid Agency Participation in Federal Primary Care Models

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  3. Primary Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Impact and Opportunities

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  4. Primary Care in the COVID-19 Pandemic

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  5. Peterson-Milbank Program for Sustainable Health Care Costs Communications Toolkit: Engaging Stakeholders for Success

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  6. Measuring Non-Claims-Based Primary Care Spending

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New Milbank Quarterly Issue Released:  March 2021

  1. Early View Original Scholarship

    Medicaid Waivers and Tenancy Supports for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness: Implementation Challenges in Four States

    By:  Frank J. Thompson Jennifer Farnham Emmy Tiderington Michael K. Gusmano Joel C. Cantor

    Context: The Affordable Care Act extended Medicaid eligibility to large numbers of individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness. This… More

  2. Early View Original Scholarship

    Effects of the COVID-19 Emergency and National Lockdown on Italian Citizens’ Economic Concerns, Government Trust, and Health Engagement: Evidence From a Two-Wave Panel Study

    By:  Guendalina Graffigna Lorenzo Palamenghi Mariarosaria Savarese Greta Castellini Serena Barello

    Context: Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, between February 23 and March 8, 2020, some areas of Italy were declared “red zones,” with citizens… More

  3. Early View Perspective

    Artificial Intelligence and Liability in Medicine: Balancing Safety and Innovation

    By:  George Maliha Sara Gerke I. Glenn Cohen Ravi B. Parikh

    After more than a decade of promise and hype, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are finally making inroads into clinical… More

  4. Early View Perspective

    Our Postpandemic World: What Will it Take to Build a Better Future for People and Planet?

    By:  May CI Van Schalkwyk Nason Maani Jonathan Cohen Martin McKee Mark Petticrew

    A crisis forces us back to the questions themselves and requires from us either new or old answers, but in any case direct judgment. A crisis becomes… More

  5. Early View Perspective

    The Commercial Determinants of Three Contemporary National Crises: How Corporate Practices Intersect With the COVID-19 Pandemic, Economic Downturn, and Racial Inequity

    By:  Nason Maani May CI Van Schalkwyk Mark Petticrew Sandro Galea

    The United States finds itself amid three concurrent and interrelated crises. First, at the time of writing, the United States has reported more than… More

The Milbank Quarterly Opinion

The Future of the Affordable Care Act is a Social and Political Decision That Should Not be Decided by Unelected Supreme Court Justices

The future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is on the line at the Supreme Court. Again! For the 3rd time since its enactment in 2010. This term, the…  More
Lawrence O. Gostin

Lawrence O. Gostin

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Legitimacy and Public Health

In 1988, the Institute of Medicine (now the Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine) defined…  More
Joshua M. Sharfstein

Joshua M. Sharfstein

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Why Have Some States Been More Successful at COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution than Others?

Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, the view was expressed that, without federal direction, states would not have reliable vaccine distribution plans. In…  More
Gail R. Wilensky

Gail R. Wilensky

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Building Back Better

Confronting the Consequences of National Federation of Independent Business v Sebelius to Insure the Poor

When it comes to examples of health injustice, the United States has a wealth of candidates to consider. One of the worst, however, is that more than…  More
Sara Rosenbaum

Sara Rosenbaum

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Meeting the Moment: Policy Changes to Strengthen SNAP and Improve Health

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the largest government nutrition assistance program in the United States, provides money for…  More

Aim Your Enthusiasm: Targeting Increased Middle-Class Health Insurance Tax Credits

One feature of President Biden’s COVID-19 relief bill is a trial run of his earlier proposals to expand subsidies for people who use Affordable Care…  More
Mark V. Pauly

Mark V. Pauly

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State Networks

  • Reforming States Group

    The Reforming States Group is a bipartisan, voluntary, self-governing group of state health policy leaders from both the executive and legislative branches.

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  • Multipayer Primary Care Network

    The Multipayer Primary Care Network is a voluntary group of leaders who are representatives of state- or region-based, multipayer, primary care transformation initiatives.

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  • Emerging Leaders Program

    The Emerging Leaders Program seeks to develop practical, hands-on leadership skills in future senior executive and legislative officials.

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