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Lisa Dulsky Watkins, MD, summarizes the key findings of a recent brief on three value-based primary care programs involving Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield. More
This issue brief looks at data from three Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield value-based primary care programs, finding reduced beneficiary spending, as well as a 2:1 return on investment. More
A new package of Milbank Memorial Fund publications highlights Maryland’s health policy innovations, including its advanced primary care program and all-payer hospital model. More
When Maryland launched its advanced primary care program in 2019 to improve population health outcomes and reduce unnecessary hospital use, no one anticipated it would prove as useful as it has in helping practices adapt to COVID-19. More
The Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP) aims to make strategic investments in primary care practices and build a resilient statewide infrastructure to prevent and manage chronic disease. More
A recent Milbank Quarterly study by Benjamin F. Crabtree and colleagues about leadership at the primary care practice level identified 11 attributes of leadership within successful primary care practices. In a companion Milbank blog, Richard Shonk, chief medical officer for The Health Collaborative in Cincinnati, Ohio, applies the leadership model proposed to Maslow’s theory of human motivation and his own experience working with primary care teams on practice transformation. More
Like New Orleans 15 years ago, the United States has an opportunity in the wake of disaster to prioritize health care services that most benefit population health. More
Along with cost and quality, policymakers consider adding an “epidemic mitigation” standard to their evaluations of payment reform models, especially for primary care. More
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