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Oct 11, 2019
In a new “Milbank Quarterly” guest opinion, Delaware’s Health and Human Services Secretary Kara Odom Walker says that any solution that lowers health care costs and improves quality will require a foundation of enhanced primary care. Read more
Jul 17, 2019
Spending on primary care varies widely at the state level—and increased primary care spending is associated with decreases in emergency department visits and hospitalizations, according to the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative’s 2019 Evidence Report. Read more
Jun 5, 2019
A first step toward increasing primary care investment is measuring and reporting on existing primary care spending. In 2019, several states introduced legislation on this topic, and Colorado and Vermont now have new laws to advance these policies. Read more
Apr 30, 2019
How much does Medicare spend on primary care? As more evidence mounts about the benefits of primary care, a growing number of health policy leaders want to know if this investment is being made. New research conducted by the RAND Corporation and published in JAMA Internal Medicine, with support from the Milbank Memorial Fund, analyzes for the first time national and state estimates of primary care … Read more
Oct 31, 2018
Representatives from state agencies in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont met earlier this month to hear and discuss reports from multi-state workgroups related to Certificate of Need reform and hospital regulatory issues, improving the value of community benefits reports, data-sharing opportunites, and primary care investments. The meeting was … Read more
Good primary care is essential to improving population health. Yet, research shows that an underinvestment in primary care is one of several reasons…
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