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The Milbank Memorial Fund is an endowed operating foundation that publishes The Milbank Quarterly, commissions projects, and convenes state health policy decision makers on issues they identify as important to population health.
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The practice of public health bumps along in heroic obscurity—its practitioners resigned to a lack of attention and respect compared to their life-rescuing medical care siblings—until suddenly it doesn’t. More
Milbank Memorial Fund President Christopher F. Koller says that the persistence of racial disparities in health outcomes, such as those seen in infant mortality and COVID death rates, can only be attributed to racism in our society. More
Like New Orleans 15 years ago, the United States has an opportunity in the wake of disaster to prioritize health care services that most benefit population health. More
Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration Secretary Jennifer Sullivan never expected to be running the state’s health care and social services from her kitchen table. More
Along with cost and quality, policymakers consider adding an “epidemic mitigation” standard to their evaluations of payment reform models, especially for primary care. More
Ensuring the flow of health information is critical to meeting the challenges of COVID-19 by for example, facilitating telehealth and reporting of data related to the pandemic. More
While the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, would expand access to temporary paid sick and family leave, many Americans would still be uncovered. But there are actions states and localities can take to protect their workers to help fill in the gaps. More
Now that President Trump has declared the coronavirus outbreak a national emergency, it’s time for the federal government to swiftly grant new authority to Medicaid agencies. More
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