The Fund supports networks of state health policy decision makers to help identify, inspire, and inform policy leaders.
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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June 2023 Emily Hawes, Jacob Rains, Candice Chen, Erin Fraher,
The Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program is a model designed to align health workforce training with population health needs. More
February 2023 Yalda Jabbarpour, Stephen Petterson, Anuradha Jetty, Hoon Byun,
The first national primary care scorecard, co-funded by the Milbank Memorial Fund and The Physicians Foundation, finds a chronic lack of adequate support for the implementation of high-quality primary care across the United States. More
Underinvestment, Workforce Shortages, and Lack of Research Funding Threaten the Future of America’s Primary Care
February 22, 2023 — The first… More
January 2023 Mary Louise Gilburg,
In January 2023, the Primary Care Collaborative (PCC) launched the State Primary Care Investment Hub in partnership with the Milbank Memorial Fund to provide information and analysis about primary care investment at the state-level to advocates, researchers, and state officials interested in reorienting state health systems and primary care. More
November 2022 Christopher F. Koller,
A recent report from the Primary Care Collaborative documenting the steady decline in people in the United States reporting a usual source of care is real cause for concern, says Milbank Memorial Fund President Christopher F. Koller in a new View from Here. Abundant research has shown the benefits of usual source of care, and now public policy needs to support it, so that everyone has access to a familiar place of care “where everybody knows your name.” More
November 2022 Robert L. Phillips Jr., Christopher F. Koller, Alice Hm Chen,
A call for congressional support to establish an Office of Primary Care at the federal level to coordinate existing primary care services and provide oversight to initiatives focused on workforce training, behavioral health integration, clinical comprehensiveness, and payment. More
October 2022 Samuel Han,
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
May 2022 Rachel Block,
Evidence suggests strong primary care is foundational to health system transformation. It can help people lead long, healthy lives and improve health… More
Despite evidence that primary care improves the health of populations and reduces health inequities, primary care in the United States is in a… More
Milbank Memorial Fund is partnering with Blue Shield of California on a three-part event series on how payer, provider, and government participants can work together to develop population-based payment models that strengthen primary care. More
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