Topic: Health Care Services & Systems
Policies and practices around health care delivery and payment models impact which individuals and populations are able to access and afford high-quality care. E4A funded researchers are investigating the health and utilization outcomes of interventions designed to improve health care delivery and finance systems by educating patients, adjusting payment processes, and improving access to and quality of care.
Using a Cross-Sectoral Partnership to Improve Prevention and Health Equity Among African Americans Pop-Up Village: A New Model of Perinatal and Family Care Delivery Transforming Public Safety to Address Structural Racism and Reduce Health Inequities Exploring Alternative Models of 911 Response to Behavioral/Mental Health Crises An Innovative System of Community-Based Integrated Care for Serious Mental Illness Investigating the Netherlands Gender Affirming Care Policy (GACP) to Improve Transgender Youth Health Outcomes in the U.S. Innovative Mechanisms for Marketing Health Insurance: An Experimental Field Test The Causal Impact of Labor Organizing on Health Outcomes Building a Smarter Safety-Net: Evidence of Offsets between the SNAP and Medicaid Programs This Is How Much It Saves You: Building a Culture of Health Through Price Disclosure Providing Legal and Social Services to Address the Needs of Health Care Super-Utilizers: Thinking Outside the Box The Impact of State Immigration Enforcement and Public Health Insurance Policies on the Health Outcomes of Children of Immigrants Immigration Enforcement and Birth Outcomes: Evidence from North Carolina Breaking Down Barriers to Preventive Care: The Impact of Prenatal Care Expansion to Immigrant Women in Oregon The Medicaid Fee Bump: Increased Reimbursements to Primary Care Providers and Health Care Utilization Among Dual-Eligibles with Chronic Conditions