Improving health equity in the United States is a priority for the Biden-Harris Administration in order to address longstanding disparities in health outcomes. Health inequities can be conceptualized and measured as drivers of differences in health outcomes.
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Landscape of Area-Level Deprivation Measures and Other Approaches to Account for Social Risk and Social Determinants of Health in Health Care Payments
September 26, 2022
ASPE Issue Brief
State Use of Value-Based Payment in Nursing Facilities Issue Brief
September 6, 2022
Payers across the health care spectrum have begun transitioning from paying for quantity toward paying for quality. These value-based payment (VBP) programs vary in scope and focus, but generally share the goals of improving cost-savings and linking payments to value rather than volume.
Comparing Outcomes for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries in Integrated Care: Final Report
October 22, 2021
Dual eligible beneficiaries are an important subset of the Medicare and Medicaid populations because they have a high prevalence of chronic conditions and disabilities, substantial care needs, and high health care and long-term services and supports (LTSS) utilization and costs.
ASPE Issue Brief
COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges: Policy Perspectives Issue Brief
June 1, 2021
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EHR Payment Incentives for Providers Ineligible for Payment Incentives and Other Funding Study
May 31, 2013
Michelle Dougherty and Margaret Williams AHIMA Foundation Michael Millenson Health Quality Advisors LLC Jennie Harvell U.S. Department of Health and Human Services June 2013
Report to Congress
Report to Congress on the Application of EHR Payment Incentives for Providers Not Receiving EHR Incentive Payments
June 30, 2010
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services