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  • November 2014

    Federal and state policymakers are faced with the challenge of integrating services to address both the physical and behavioral health needs of the population. This brief summarizes key lessons and opportunities for federal and state alignment that surfaced during a meeting supported by The Commonwealth Fund of high-level federal and state leaders. Several case studies are featured including Arizona, Missouri and Tennessee. Opportunities discussed spanned payment models, information and data sharing approaches, as well as operational strategies for achieving integration.

  • October 2014

    Oregon has taken significant steps to transform its health care and early education systems. Recognizing that good health is a key component of ensuring children enter school ready to succeed, Oregon is now aligning the two systems with the ultimate goal of improving kindergarten readiness. This report, supported by the Build Initiative, describes Oregon’s approach to aligning its two innovative system transformations and highlights key strategies ­– including joint staffing, blended funding, and shared expectations – to elucidate lessons for policy makers seeking to bridge health care and early education.

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  • October 2014

    Health care payers are increasingly turning to accountable care strategies, linking payments to value for a defined population of patients across a continuum of care, as they seek to control costs and improve quality. We examined publicly available sources to identify and analyze state-led activity to promote accountable care. We found that 17 states are implementing accountable care strategies in Medicaid or state employee health programs. State activity runs the gamut from financing accountable care models to developing state standards that certify public and private accountable care organizations, to aligning accountable care principles with the creation of new community-based organizations or Medicaid managed care organization contracts. As more states begin to use their leverage as health payers, purchasers, and regulators to re-shape health care delivery, policymakers can learn from their accountable care design principles and early pilot results.

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