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Paying for population health: case studies of the health system's role in addressing social determinants of health

Author(s):
McGuire, Jean, author
Ranade, Ashwini, author
Shellenberger, Kim, author
Contributor(s):
AcademyHealth, issuing body.
Publication:
[Washington, D.C.] : AcademyHealth, [2018?]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Case Management -- economics
Community Health Services
Health Care Reform
Housing
Infant Care
Infant Mortality
Infant, Low Birth Weight
Insurance Coverage
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement
Intersectoral Collaboration
Medically Uninsured
Perinatal Care
Safety-net Providers
Social Determinants of Health -- economics
Allied Health Personnel
Ambulatory Care Facilities
Homeless Persons
Infant
Local Government
Medicaid
Pilot Projects
Population Health
Pregnancy
Pregnancy Outcome
Quality of Health Care
State Government
Humans
Michigan
Ohio
South Carolina
United States
Vermont
Genre(s):
Case Reports
Technical Report
Abstract:
With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AcademyHealth launched the Payment Reform for Population Health initiative in 2016 to explore improving community-wide health through the transformation of the health care payment system. As part of their efforts to identify the opportunities and challenges associated with linking payment reform to population health, AcademyHealth requested development of four case studies of sites where health systems were actively involved in addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) including housing, employment, education, food security, transportation, healthy behaviors, and neighborhood and built environment. With these criteria, the following case study sites were selected having respectively developed interventions focused on medically complex homeless individuals, people with chronic diseases, pregnant women and their newborns, and uninsured individuals with multiple chronic conditions: Burlington, VT; Muskegon, MI; Cincinnati, OH; and Greenville, SC. Each of the following case studies includes a detailed description of the intervention, outlines enabling factors, and provides considerations for the future. To learn more about the Payment Reform for Population Health initiative, visit www.academyhealth.org/p4ph.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Extent:
1 online resource (1 PDF file (25 pages))
NLM Unique ID:
101730837 (See catalog record)
Author(s):
McGuire, Jean, author
Ranade, Ashwini, author
Shellenberger, Kim, author
Contributor(s):
AcademyHealth, issuing body.
Publication:
[Washington, D.C.] : AcademyHealth, [2018?]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Case Management -- economics
Community Health Services
Health Care Reform
Housing
Infant Care
Infant Mortality
Infant, Low Birth Weight
Insurance Coverage
Insurance, Health, Reimbursement
Intersectoral Collaboration
Medically Uninsured
Perinatal Care
Safety-net Providers
Social Determinants of Health -- economics
Allied Health Personnel
Ambulatory Care Facilities
Homeless Persons
Infant
Local Government
Medicaid
Pilot Projects
Population Health
Pregnancy
Pregnancy Outcome
Quality of Health Care
State Government
Humans
Michigan
Ohio
South Carolina
United States
Vermont
Genre(s):
Case Reports
Technical Report
Abstract:
With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AcademyHealth launched the Payment Reform for Population Health initiative in 2016 to explore improving community-wide health through the transformation of the health care payment system. As part of their efforts to identify the opportunities and challenges associated with linking payment reform to population health, AcademyHealth requested development of four case studies of sites where health systems were actively involved in addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) including housing, employment, education, food security, transportation, healthy behaviors, and neighborhood and built environment. With these criteria, the following case study sites were selected having respectively developed interventions focused on medically complex homeless individuals, people with chronic diseases, pregnant women and their newborns, and uninsured individuals with multiple chronic conditions: Burlington, VT; Muskegon, MI; Cincinnati, OH; and Greenville, SC. Each of the following case studies includes a detailed description of the intervention, outlines enabling factors, and provides considerations for the future. To learn more about the Payment Reform for Population Health initiative, visit www.academyhealth.org/p4ph.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Extent:
1 online resource (1 PDF file (25 pages))
NLM Unique ID:
101730837 (See catalog record)