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New NASHP Publications

  • October 2014

    Part 2 in the Transforming the Workforce to Provide Better Chronic Care:
    The Role of Registered Nurses series.
    Click to see the rest of the series.

  • October 2014

    Many factors catalyze the current trend toward primary care teams: payers’ demands for more integrated care and the varied skills such care requires; the complexity of today’s health care environment; the cost-effectiveness of using non-physician practitioners for some care; as well as insufficient numbers of primary care physicians in many areas of the country. Delivery system and payment reforms that encourage integrated and patient-centered care also rely on team-based care. In addition to clinicians, primary care teams can include non-clinicians who provide services during a patient visit or in between patient visits with clinicians. These individuals may include medical assistants, health coaches, health educators, care coordinators, patient advocates, peer counselors, community health workers or others who engage with patients and can complement the skills of clinicians.

  • October 2014

    This work represents a collaboration between the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) and the State Health Exchange Leadership Network (Network). A primary goal of SHADAC and the Network is to provide technical support to states as they implement the ACA and manage ongoing operations of the marketplace. In the course of this work, both organizations recognized the need for direct technical assistance related to data collection, analysis and reporting by state-based marketplaces. In response, SHADAC and the Network have collaborated to provide support in this area. This work is supported by the State Health Reform Assistance Network (State Network), the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).

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