Patients deserve evidence-based, high-value health care rooted in the most rigorous scientific methods. However, research practices that generate our current evidence base have historically excluded a number of communities and patient perspectives. This incomplete and sometimes biased evidence base has limited effectiveness and applicability for diverse populations, and risks widening racial, ethnic, and other inequities.
Not measuring and paying for equity risks worsening disparities and it is a key missed opportunity for reducing disparities. This webinar discusses actionable opportunities at the state and federal level to measure and pay for equity.
Federal Judge Boasberg struck down work requirements for the Medicaid program in both Arkansas and Kentucky. This March 28th webinar discussed the Judge's ruling and what it means for the future of Medicaid.
Featured speakers include:
- Eliot Fishman, Senior Director of Health Policy, Families USA
- Sophia Tripoli, Director of Health Care Innovations, Families USA
From Trump administration block grant proposals, to work requirements in the federal courts, to the waiver restrictions faced in the Capitol hallways of West Virginia; Medicaid waivers are under scrutiny.
Speakers examine what's happening in the Trump administration and in the state capitols, as well as the hearings before US District Judge James Boasberg on work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky. You will also learn how West Virginia advocates stopped a work requirement proposal in their state.
This webinar discusses the latest strategies that state leaders and advocates are pursuing to improve the health care system for consumers. Families USA's invited guests and expert staff share leading 2019 state health policy proposals and discuss lessons from them that can be applied in all states.
Featured Speakers Include:
Advancing Health Equity through System Transformation: Strengthening the Evidence Base to Achieve Health Equity
Learn more about: Families USA's new Center on Health Equity Action for System Transformation and our Evidence for Equity Initiative; Concrete examples of how underrepresentation in research harms certain populations; and the benefits of using comparative effectiveness research and patient-centered outcomes research as methods to strengthening the evidence base.
High prescription drug prices hurt families and consumers by adding financial stress to devastating illness.
States have led the way to take action against high and rising drug prices, and with the help of advocates this action can continue and grow in 2019.
On this webinar, we explore options and approaches to state drug pricing policy, including a special focus on how states can build upon the success of price transparency laws to provide meaningful information that spurs broader changes.
States have an opportunity to build on the Affordable Care Act's progress by pioneering innovative strategies to cover the remaining uninsured, often while stabilizing insurance markets and lowering premiums.
On this webinar, we discuss strategies states can consider to build on the progress of the Affordable Care Act in expanding coverage using innovative strategies that can help stabilize markets.
For generations, community leaders have seen how valuable community health workers (CHWs) can be. As health equity advocates, we know that CHWs truly understand the communities they serve and have their trust, so they can effectively provide culturally centered and language accessible services and supports tailored to their needs.
The Trump administration’s zero-