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The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that aims to improve population health by connecting leaders and decision makers with the best available evidence and experience. It does this work by:
The Milbank Memorial Fund announced today that Connecticut, Oregon, Nevada, New Jersey, and Washington have been selected to participate in the Peterson-Milbank Program for Sustainable Health Care Costs. More
Yesterday’s events in Washington, DC, were a failure of elected leadership and public citizenry. Such violence must not be tolerated or… More
Building Back Better is a new series offering policy recommendations for the Biden administration throughout the transition period authored by members of the Quarterly’s Editorial Advisory Board. More
In a December 28, 2020, Boston Globe Opinion Milbank Memorial Fund President Christopher F. Koller wrote that by investing in the nation’s primary care system, the incoming Biden administration can help control the pandemic — and improve health outcomes and reduce disparities in the process. More
The Peterson Center on Healthcare and the Milbank Memorial Fund have launched an initiative to provide technical assistance to up to five states to help reduce health spending. More
Delaware, New Jersey, and Rhode Island announced last week a commitment to a common framework for COVID-19 testing for high-risk, asymptomatic residents and for financing this testing. More
Life expectancy in the United States has declined in recent years, as well as become more unequal across states. State policies on issues such as… More
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ICYMI, a recent study offers policy options for a liability system for #ArtificialIntelligence & machine learning in medicine that balances innovation and patient safety https://buff.ly/3x9rx70 CC @ravi_b_parikh @gerke_sara @CohenProf @George_Maliha https://buff.ly/3gnglgX
A new AcademyHealth issue brief along with @MilbankFund provides examples from state Medicaid programs of two innovative approaches to combat the opioid crisis: health homes and warm handoffs and care transitions: https://academyhealth.org/publications/2021-03/state-medicaid-programs-explore-two-innovative-approaches-combat-opioid-crisis
In a new Opinion, @GailWilenskycom explains why some states, including North Dakota, West Virginia, New Mexico, and South Carolina, have been more successful at #COVID19 vaccine distribution than the usual suspects. https://buff.ly/3tJUswt
.@DrJoshS on how to restore the legitimacy of public health https://buff.ly/3svPx0s
A new report proposes a standard definition for primary care spending & an approach to quantifying claims and non-claims spending that will allow state policymakers to measure and increase primary care investment https://buff.ly/3aoHIn1 CC @BailitHealth @PCPCC @PCDC @NAHDOnews
There is a growing consensus that older adults who are homebound will only be vaccinated if prioritized at the federal, state & local levels. That would require 4 key steps, @HealthyAmerica1's John Auerbach & Megan Wolfe write on the @MilbankFund blog. https://www.milbank.org/2021/04/ensuring-covid-19-vaccine-access-for-homebound-older-adults/
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