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Thursday, January 26, 2017 3:00 – 4:00PM View the webinar here. As states continue to focus on integrated care and delivery system reform, meaningful opportunities exist to improve care for people living with HIV (PLWH). In particular, states can use existing centers of care to promote “one-stop shopping” utilization of multidisciplinary services for PLWH and […]

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    Provider burnout is widespread and becoming more pervasive over time. Using the experience of the Heart of Virginia Healthcare (HVH) as a lens, this brief addresses the scope and impact of provider burnout, why states should care, and what states can do about it. HVH is one of seven regional cooperatives reaching 1500 primary care practices nationwide as […]

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    In light of the current and anticipated debates surrounding health policy and access NASHP is rereleasing this report originally published in January 2000. See Trish Riley’s Latest Blog Read the Full Publication.

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    January 3, 2017 | Filed under: Publications
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    The case for an integrated approach to care—one that can seamlessly and collaboratively address patients’ physical and behavioral health needs—is compelling. Individuals with behavioral health conditions, either a mental health diagnosis, a substance use disorder, or both, are some of the Medicaid’s most costly enrollees.[i] Analyses indicate this subset of high-cost enrollees typically has a […]

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    January 3, 2017 | Filed under: Front Page, Payment Reform, Publications
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    Read the full brief here. Summary As President Trump and the new Congress take office in 2017, fundamental changes to alter the health care system will be debated. States have been actively engaged in health reform, embracing changes to insurance markets, new investments and innovation in delivery system and payment reform, as well as public […]

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    December 6, 2016 | Filed under: Publications
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    NASHP recently brought together a group of state and federal policy leaders to discuss the Medicare-Medicaid Financial Alignment Initiative, D-SNP health plans, and other programs and resources aimed at aligning health care payment and delivery to improve care for dual eligibles. See a report from the meeting and sign up for a webinar on state […]

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  • States and the Rising Cost of Pharmaceuticals: A Call to Action
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    As part of the 29th Annual State Health Policy Conference, held 17-19 in Pittsburgh, PA, NASHP released findings from our Pharmacy Costs Work Group aimed at addressing the increasingly rising costs of pharmaceuticals.  The solutions offered in the newly released findings serve as a toolbox for states. While they recognize the value of the pharmaceutical industry, state policymakers […]

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    Unplanned and complex births carry potentially avoidable health complications and costs to families and states. Broad healthcare payment and delivery reform is underway across the country to improve outcomes, enhance patient experience and reduce costs. Some states are capitalizing on these reforms to promote planned and healthy births by driving improvement in effective contraceptive use […]

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    Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released its latest omnibus rule proposing a series of changes impacting insurance markets and the health insurance marketplaces. Our latest blog and accompanying memo break down a few key concerns for states as they finalize their comments due on October 6, 2016. Memo: Proposed […]

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    If federal funding is not extended for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) beyond September 2017, some children may need to transition to exchange coverage. NASHP’s new brief examines potential options and policy questions for improving exchange coverage for children in terms of both affordability and pediatric benefit adequacy. NASHP convened a group of stakeholders including […]

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