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Deciphering State Medicaid Programs, Rachel Gershon Jan 2019

Deciphering State Medicaid Programs, Rachel Gershon

Commonwealth Medicine Publications

State Medicaid programs vary substantially from one another. For members, researchers, policymakers, and advocates trying to decipher a state’s Medicaid program, this variation can be a source of frustration, because the details of this variation can be hard to locate.


Better Negotiations Between Payers And Manufacturers In An Effort To Reduce Drug Prices, Mckenzie Taylor Nov 2018

Better Negotiations Between Payers And Manufacturers In An Effort To Reduce Drug Prices, Mckenzie Taylor

Commonwealth Medicine Publications

Mckenzie Taylor continues our monthly conversation on the strategies presented in The Trump Administration Blueprint to Low Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs, discussing the ways new negotiations between payers and manufacturers are helping to reduce drug prices.


The Role Of Clinical Guidelines In A Managed Long Term Services & Supports Framework, Jessica Carpenter, Jill Morrow-Gorton Jun 2018

The Role Of Clinical Guidelines In A Managed Long Term Services & Supports Framework, Jessica Carpenter, Jill Morrow-Gorton

Commonwealth Medicine Publications

This presentation describes the managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) national landscape since 2012 as well as some LTSS utilization trends. A key part of the presentation is our MLTSS best practice framework and the role of LTSS clinical guidelines in that framework. The presentation includes a case study.

Experts from Disability Community Services and the Office of Clinical affairs gave the presentation during a webinar hosted by the Association for Community Affiliated Plans.


Behavioral Health Disorders And The Quality Of Diabetes Care: A Dissertation, Yat (Gary) Hung Leung Mar 2010

Behavioral Health Disorders And The Quality Of Diabetes Care: A Dissertation, Yat (Gary) Hung Leung

GSBS Dissertations and Theses

Both diabetes and behavioral health disorders (mental and substance use disorders) are significant health issues in the United States. While previous studies have shown worse health outcomes in people with diabetes and co-occurring behavioral health disorders (BHDs) than those with diabetes alone, it is unclear whether the quality of diabetes care was poorer in the presence of co-occurring BHDs. Although previous research has observed a trend of positive outcomes in people with comprehensive diabetes care, there is a lack of evidence about whether that mode of care delivery can improve outcomes in people with co-occurring BHDs. Therefore, further studies are ...