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The Milbank Memorial Fund supports two state leadership programs for legislative and executive branch state government officials committed to improving population health.
The Fund identifies and shares policy ideas and analysis to advance state health leadership, strong primary care, healthy aging, and sustainable health care costs.
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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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Concerns about the affordability of health care have been increasing over time and will be exacerbated in the short run by high rates of inflation… More
Next month, Richard Gottfried, chair of the New York State Assembly’s health committee, will retire after 52 years of service as a legislator. In a Q&A with Milbank Memorial Fund’s Kate McEvoy, Rep. Gottfried reflects on his career and the importance of borrowing good ideas from other states through groups like Milbank’s network of state policymakers. Rep. Gottfried also discusses how he has worked across the aisle, mentored new legislators, and what he sees as today’s urgent health policy challenges. More
Last June, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health requested input from the public — including providers, payers, purchasers, advocates researchers, and others — about the federal government’s role in strengthening primary health care. More
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.@CKollerMilbank on the @PCPCC report finding a decline in the percentage of people with a usual source of care--and why it's time for public policy to step in. https://buff.ly/3hie8pU
.@cullen_lilley of @LoyolaHSC & colleagues on addressing disparities in molecular genetic testing, which is being used to advance "precision medicine" for cancer, HIV and other conditions https://buff.ly/3Y0PuLf CC @NIMHD
Tomorrow, @ManattHealth will facilitate a national summit addressing the future of All-Payer Claims Databases, which will be held in conjunction with the launch of a new white paper on this topic. Register here: https://bit.ly/3F5vK1r
See this Perspective from @GwPolicy authors & @SMorain on the need for governmental policies that secure paid leave for all parents, regardless of gender, to reduce structural inequalities https://buff.ly/3iwiie6 #paidleave #paternityleave
New job posting @MilbankFund - Publications and Communications Associate. A great opportunity for a recent or future MPH/MPA grad to work across all of our programs and the Milbank Quarterly. https://milbank.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Publications-and-Communications-Associate-Description.pdf
A new Milbank Quarterly study from @DukeU and the Duke University Margolis Center explores disadvantage indices and the need to use multiple tools to address structural disadvantage https://buff.ly/3VPLGu8 #pandemicresponse #SDOH
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