Comprehensive child health transformation includes addressing health-related social needs; advancing anti-racist practices; and co-creating meaningful strengths-based partnerships with patients, families, community partners, and providers. Despite the need for child health transformation, pediatric provider organizations face financial barriers to providing more comprehensive and patient-centered care.
This brief distills insights for financially sustaining child healthcare transformation from interviews with pediatric practices and subject matter experts engaged in the national Accelerating Child Health Transformation initiative.
Transit and Treatment: Effectiveness of Transit Systems to Improve Substance Use and Mental Health In Connecticut
Increasing access and retention in treatment services is critical to improving health outcomes and reducing substance abuse overdose deaths. This webinar examines a research project that tests how a transit system can enhance substance abuse treatment outcomes and reduce provider-level treatment costs for substance abuse amidst the opioid crisis in Connecticut. It also examines how treatment costs differ before and after a new transit line and/or a change in transit service schedules.
In this podcast, Medicaid leaders from Michigan and Indiana discuss strategies they’re using to address these issues, including their efforts to co-design solutions with Medicaid members.
This webinar explores shared stewardship, a way of working together and making decisions that will build and sustain a future where everyone can thrive.