Delivery System Reform

State Medicaid agencies are working to provide comprehensive health care services for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), currently the fastest growing developmental disability in the United States for individuals under age 21. This brief highlights information from the 2014 CMS Informational Bulletin providing clarification on services to be provided to Medicaid-eligible children with ASD […]

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  • NASHP has written two case studies for HealthHIV’s Three D HIV Prevention Program, which is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and provides technical assistance to better inform programmatic decisions impacting the delivery of quality HIV prevention and treatment services: New York’s experience implementing performance metrics for the HIV/AIDS population in its Medicaid managed […]

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  • Publications

    In the wake of national health care reform, many states are transforming their health care delivery systems to improve the health of populations while controlling costs. Reducing health disparities—and addressing the social and economic conditions driving them—is at the heart of many of these efforts. Embedded within larger statewide system transformations such as enhanced primary […]

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  • Publications

    States are testing a myriad of models that strive to achieve the Triple Aim objectives of improved care, reduced health care costs, and better health. Though several statewide health care delivery and payment system reforms have been shown to help slow the growth of health care expenditures and improve methods for delivering health care, taken […]

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  • Publications

    States across the country are fully engaged in delivery system and payment reform efforts to improve care and lower costs in their Medicaid programs. Data is a critical component of these efforts. This NASHP brief provides an introduction to two types of Medicaid utilization data—fee-for-service claims data and managed care encounter data—and, based on examples […]

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  • Webinars

    Date: Monday, November 23, 2015 Time: 12:30pm-2:00pm Eastern View Webinar Here Download Webinar Slides States are increasingly exploring Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) and DSRIP-like programs as a mechanism to incentivize system transformation and quality improvements in hospitals and other providers that serve high volumes of low-income patients. Operating under the authority of Section […]

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    October 21, 2015 | Filed under: Delivery System Reform, Webinars
  • Publications

    Several states are operating DSRIP programs through their Medicaid programs under the authority of Section 1115 demonstrations. These programs incentivize system transformation and quality improvements in hospitals and other providers serving high volumes of low-income patients. This report, prepared by NASHP staff, for the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC), provides an in-depth […]

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    June 1, 2015 | Filed under: Delivery System Reform, Medicaid, Publications
  • State Health Policy Blog

    Okay, maybe as a California colleague suggests, it’s one of the “boutique states” and yes, its single payer plan stumbled, but don’t take your eyes off Vermont. Vermont is at work to hold down costs and reform payment and delivery systems. The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) is engaged in comprehensive efforts to control health […]

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  • Publications

    Health disparities persist in the United States, with disadvantaged groups disproportionately bearing the burden of poor health outcomes and shortened lifespans. States cannot effectively control healthcare costs or improve quality without addressing health disparities. Fortunately, state and federal policymakers can work together to build an equitable health care delivery system by aligning payment models, creating […]

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    March 23, 2015 | Filed under: Delivery System Reform, Publications
  • Publications

    This publication offers the first comprehensive look at the opportunities in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to drive better outcomes for children and parents together.

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