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The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that aims to improve population health and health equity by connecting leaders and decision makers by collaborating with leaders and decision makers and connecting them with experience and sound evidence. It does this work by:
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We’re working with key stakeholders in state and local governments to reduce the rate of healthcare cost growth to ensure that people have access to affordable, quality care. @MilbankFund https://bit.ly/3PqRTJr
What has the United States learned about the role of public health as a result of #COVID? Gail Wilensky of @projecthopeorg weighs in on how to better coordinate efforts
Gail Wilensky of @projecthopeorg offers recommendations, such as clarifying federal leadership roles, to help the nation improve its public health response to the next epidemiological challenge. https://buff.ly/3K1ec7r
The @MilbankFund along with @DukeMargolis published an analysis of North Carolina’s COVID-19 Support Services Program and how it can help other states that are considering expanding or creating health programs that address social needs. http://ow.ly/5m0y50K8EV0
Transgender #Medicaid enrollees should be able to access medically necessary gender affirming care, regardless of which state they live in. https://twitter.com/MilbankFund/status/1556666844966264833
. @Prof_HeidiAllen of @ColumbiaSSW writes in her latest Opinion that low-income, transgender #Medicaid beneficiaries face a series of ambiguous gender-affirming care policies that put them at risk. https://buff.ly/3QrcPRt #Transhealth
An interesting case study @MilbankFund looking at access to primary care in #Baltimore, where there are numerous #PrimaryCare providers yet large gaps in care, esp. for people w/ low incomes or on Medicaid. https://twitter.com/MilbankFund/status/1559260142968913921
Find out what policies have improved access to primary care for low-income residents in #Baltimore, Maryland. A new case from @GtownCHIR researcher @MaanasaKona & colleagues https://buff.ly/3dlirOW @aafp @MSM_NCPC
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