Advancing Interoperability, Information Sharing, and Data Access: Improving Health and Healthcare for Americans
Supporting better health outcomes requires an interoperable healthcare system in which the patient is at the center of care and the right person has access to the right data.
BPC examines barriers to the integration of clinical health care and mental health services, and identifies policy options for consideration in advancing integration.
This report highlights the inner workings of 12 EHS-CCP programs, draws lessons learned, and makes recommendations for improving the program moving forward.
The newfound faith in the ability of centralized governments to maintain order by brutalizing restive populations into submission is belied by the region’s recent history.
Creating an Integrated Efficient Early Care and Education System to Support Children and Families: A State-by-State Analysis
A state-by-state analysis to explore whether states, like the federal government, are making progress toward improved integration and governance in ECE programs.
Immigration can mitigate the challenges of an underfunded Social Security System by providing additional workers to support the growing ranks of retirees.
The second report in a two-part series that offers analysis and recommendations to improve support for family caregivers and create a more sustainable direct care workforce.
This first report focuses on changes to Medicare payment and delivery models as well as improvements in access to care through telehealth.