Publications Archive

  • Data, Privacy and Interoperability

    New and innovative health care delivery and the payment infrastructure to support those reforms must be built on the interoperable exchange of health data. Interoperable health data exchange requires that systems and devices ...

  • Housing

    As state health officials and governors drive toward improved outcomes and reduced costs for their complex care populations, a common gap has quickly emerged: access to affordable housing. Homeless Medicaid beneficiaries are ...

  • Interagency Collaboration Toward Population Health

    The current conversation about how to reform the nation’s health care system centers on the important task of finding ways to pay for and delivery high quality care that leads to improved outcomes and reduced costs. ...

  • Data-Informed Policy

    Data can serve as an extremely powerful tool to set governors’ priorities and inform their decision-making. State leaders are in a unique position to use data to create policies that improve the effectiveness and ...

  • State Health Innovations and State Innovation Models

    Through the State Innovation Models (SIM) initiative, 38 states (including territories and the District of Columbia) have received financial and technical support from the federal government to design or test innovative ...

  • Medicaid Transformation in States

    Governors and state health officials continue to face budget pressure stemming from ongoing increases in health care costs. Increasingly, governors are interested in aligning economic incentives across public and private ...

  • State Health Reform Initiatives

    The U.S. health care system is currently undergoing significant change. Much of the change happening today is focused on finding ways to pay for and deliver care that will lead to improved quality, better outcomes and lower ...