• New Chart Addressing the Health-Related Social Needs of Low-Income Persons: Funding Sources Available to States

    To assist state policymakers seeking to maximize their leverage by working across state agencies to promote health, NASHP has compiled a chart of funding sources that states use to help low-income adult residents access stable housing, safe and prosperous neighborhoods and communities, healthy food, physical and mental health care, income support, and transportation. Watch for additional NASHP resources for states on coordinating, braiding, and blending funding streams to improve health.

  • Addressing and Reducing Health Care Costs in States: Global Budgeting Initiatives in Maryland, Massachusetts, and Vermont

    Our new brief  highlights how these states have adopted policies and are working to implement all payer models that set targets or global budgets for health care cost growth based on the total cost of care. These states have undertaken initiatives to try to slow the growth of health care spending in their states and the results of these experiments will be important to watch.

  • Toolkit: State Strategies to Enroll Justice-Involved Individuals in Health Coverage

    Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many individuals involved in the criminal justice system are now eligible for Medicaid, including many young, low-income males who did not previously qualify.

  • State Delivery System and Payment Reform Map

    This map builds upon information previously tracked through our Health Homes and PCMH initiatives and separates information on active 2703 Health Homes and PCMH initiatives into separate,  tabs and includes updated criteria.

  • New Brief and Infographic on Braiding and Blending Funding Streams

    Medicaid beneficiaries often need support outside the scope of clinical health care in order to lead healthy lives, and states are uniquely poised to provide this support by addressing the social determinants of health. While states steward a variety of funding sources that address the needs of low-income populations, too often a Medicaid beneficiary must navigate a labyrinth of referrals in order to access available resources.


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