This resource shares 10 questions that California’s Medicaid managed care plans are now required to ask patients about their social and functional needs.
This resource offers a rigorous review of the literature to identify the relationship between context, mechanism, and outcome in integrated care programs for older adults with multiple chroni
This resource is a toolkit that describes strategies for states to reform their Medicaid LTSS systems.
This resource provides a summary of key components of the Creating High-Quality Results and Outcomes Necessary to Improve Chronic (CHRONIC) Care Act, which was passed and
This report is a compendium of five case studies that describe lessons learned from implementing innovative interprofessional education (IPE) approaches at the Veterans Health Adm
This brief offers practical recommendations for health care organizations interested in providing trauma-informed care.
This resource describes the background, strategy, and design of the Creating Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative.
This resource describes observations about root causes of high care utilization that emerged from a four-year intervention in a large population of patients with complex needs.
This resource describes the author’s changed understanding of the role of the health system in helping people with complex needs, sparked by an encounter with a vulnerable patient
Since 2015, the Peterson Center on Healthcare has been working to improve the quality and lower the cost of care for high-need, high-cost patients.
This resource, the Accountable Care Atlas, is intended to help health care delivery systems identify and prioritize the
This resource describes a collaboration between the Cherry Health Durham Clinic (CHDC) and Mercy Health Saint Mary’s (MHSM), which treated an overlapping population of patie
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