• New NASHP Learning Collaborative
    From Engagement to Evidence: Using PCOR and CER to Inform State Policymaking

    Request for Applications

    NASHP is excited to announce a new learning collaborative for states seeking to develop or enhance processes for evidence-based health policymaking with a specific focus on using patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) and comparative effectiveness research (CER). Applications should be submitted by October 7, 2015.

  • Integrating Maternal and Child Health Data Systems

    What happens when state health programs use separate data systems to serve the same population, such as mothers and children? State policymakers know that when those data systems do not “talk” to one another, states may waste resources on duplicative data entry and system maintenance; providers and state agencies may struggle to access information important to the health of mothers and children; and care may be uncoordinated or otherwise compromised.

  • According to U.S. Census Bureau Report, Uninsured Rates Drop in All 50 States and the District of Columbia

    New 2014 health insurance numbers released today from the U.S. Census Bureau show decreases in the rate of the uninsured in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. These numbers, which cover calendar year 2013 and calendar year 2014, allow us for the first time to look at how the policies of the Affordable Care Act have affected the nation’s overall insurance rate.

  • Opening Plenary
    The Double-Edged Sword of Health Care Integration: Consolidation and Cost-Control

    This presentation offers states health policymakers a range of policy options to help them identify and address integration’s potential downside, while still retaining its benefits.


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