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What if Medicare Advantage was the public option? Jon Kingsdale argues why this approach could promote competition and contain costs. https://buff.ly/38YLC5L CC @BUSPH
How are community-based organizations responding to new #Medicaid policies seeking to address #SDOH & what do #CBO leaders think about it? Find out in new research from @LaurenTaylor_LT & @elenabyhoff https://buff.ly/3c08nIJ CC @harvardHBS @nyugrossman @TuftsMedicalCtr
Just a reminder, if you haven't already taken January's #COVID19 #PrimaryCare survey, partnered with @PCPCC, make sure to do so! Only takes 4-5 minutes! https://bit.ly/3oMBUJl
New article out today. An impressive analysis of almost 700 obesity policies in the UK over 3 decades finds that the majority place high demands on individual agency and are not likely to succeed. New strategies are proposed with very little learning from past failures. https://twitter.com/dollytheis/status/1351547306437447681
When Government publishes a strategy, do you expect the policies to be implemented? We found that the way policies are proposed means the majority are unlikely to be. Our research published today analysed almost 700 policies over 30 years. Full paper➡️https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-0009.12498
Reforms for paid caregivers should start with permanently extending universal paid sick leave for these direct care workers and an $18 minimum wage for long-term care workers with Medicaid- and/or Medicare-certified providers https://buff.ly/3sHy5aS #BuildingBackBetter
Distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine could be sped up and carried out in a manner that addresses racial and economic disparities – @ashishkjha explains how on this episode of #TheDosePodcast https://thedose.show/episode58k
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