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ASPE Issue Brief, Guide

Recruiting Individuals with Lived Experience

January 25, 2023
This guide highlights questions for health and human services staff to consider and discuss as a team before recruiting individuals with lived experience, as well as key content to consider including in outreach materials. Related Products:
ASPE Issue Brief, Guide

Strategies to Equitably Identify People with Lived Experience

January 25, 2023
This tool highlights concrete strategies that health and human services staff can use to help equitably identify people with lived experience to engage. Related Products:
ASPE Issue Brief, Guide

What Does it Look Like to Equitably Engage People with Lived Experience?

January 25, 2023
This tool contrasts components of ideal, equitable engagements with components of inequitable engagements, which health and human services staff can use to identify opportunities to strengthen efforts to engage people with lived experience. Related Products:
Visualization

What is Lived Experience?

January 25, 2023
This infographic describes key elements of lived experience in the context of health and human services work, and why engaging people with lived experience is essential to advancing equity. Related Products:
ASPE Data Point

How Many People Participate in the Social Safety Net?

January 20, 2023
Social safety net programs provide different types of support to people facing economic hardship. This data point presents estimates of overall participation in the social safety net in 2019, the latest year of available data and presents rates of participation in multiple programs. Key Points:
ASPE Data Point

How Many People that Receive One Safety Net Benefit Also Receive Others

January 20, 2023
People facing economic instability often need more than one program or service. This pre-pandemic analysis looks at the reach of the social safety net, including the interaction of specific programs, to better understand program participation as the economy continues to recover. Key Points:
ASPE Issue Brief

State Medicaid Telehealth Policies Before and During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency: 2022 Update

November 22, 2022
This issue brief provides updates on state Medicaid policies regarding delivery of telehealth services by provider types and modalities, as of January 2022. The COVID-19 pandemic substantially accelerated interest in and utilization of telehealth across all payers including Medicaid.
Research Brief

Early Childhood Systems Collective Impact Project: A Call for Coordinated Early Childhood Systems

October 21, 2022
The Early Childhood Systems Collective Impact Project (ECS Collective Impact Project) will help to re-envision a truly coordinated approach to program implementation designed to advance equitable early childhood and family well-being outcomes across federal programs that support expectant parents, children ages 0 to 8, and their families.
Research Brief

Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Americans: Risks and Financing, 2022

September 27, 2022
This Brief presents information about the risk of needing care and associated costs to provide content for policymakers and others considering long-term care financing proposals. It revises a brief that was written in October 2020.
Report

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
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.