Improving maternal health outcomes and advancing health equity
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Growing the mental health care workforce
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Cultivating support: building mental health services that empower Black mothers
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Housing First is a Matter of Health
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The growing role of tele-behavioral health in mental health care
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A Conversation: Unpacking Promising Food is Medicine Interventions & Supportive Policies
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by Renee Gross, JD
2y ago
By Pam Schwartz, interviewed by Renee Gross As we move from a pandemic to an endemic, the hardships caused by food insecurity persist in our country. Over 29 million adults and 12 million children struggled to afford food in 2021. This issue disproportionately impacts minority populations with roughly 8.7 million Black and Latinx children living in food insecure households.  Federal policies included in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the American Rescue Plan were critical to supporting food assistance programs by providing billions of dollars in aid to help address ..read more
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Drug policy 101: Kaiser Permanente’s Approach to Pharmaceutical Detailing
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by Krysten Joyce, MPH
2y ago
As patients, providers, and health systems continue to grapple with unsustainably high drug prices in the United States, it is critical for policymakers to understand the potential solutions. This brief describes Kaiser Permanente’s approach to providing high-quality, unbiased information to prescribers. Drug Policy 101: Kaiser Permanente’s Approach to Drug Detailing Other papers in this series: Pay-for-delay FDA risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) Biosimilars Patents The state of the pharmaceutical evidence base The post Drug policy 101: Kaiser Permanente’s Approach to Pharmaceu ..read more
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At a Glance: Kaiser Permanente’s Participation in Georgia Families and Children’s Health Insurance Program
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by Institute Staff
2y ago
Medicaid provides health coverage to eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. Medicaid is administered by states, according to federal requirements and is jointly funded by states and the federal government. Georgia’s Medicaid program is known as Georgia Families and Children’s Health Insurance Program. Kaiser Permanente’s participation in Medicaid is core to our mission to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve. The following fact sheet provides detail ..read more
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How pharmaceutical marketing affects decisions about patient care
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by Meghan Dinh
2y ago
As we search for ways to improve the value of prescription drugs and make them more affordable, pharmaceutical marketing poses a real challenge. Pharmaceutical marketing aims to shape perceptions about a drug’s benefits and harms, and this can significantly impact providers’ decisions about patient care. While many in health care recognize pharmaceutical sales representative visits (referred to as detailing), medical journal advertising, and direct-to-consumer advertising as pharmaceutical promotion, fewer people are aware of the many other marketing tactics used to bolster sales of pharmaceu ..read more
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