AcademyHealth's Payment Reform for Population Health team identified four major element domains that influence the conditions and collaborations associated with how health care purchasers, plans, and providers might support strategies for sustainable funding and financing activities and infrastructure that can bolster non-clinical community-wide population health.
In collaboration with AcademyHealth’s Payment Reform for Population Health project, a team at Northeastern University conducted four case studies of cross-sector community-level population health improvement efforts focused on addressing social determinants of health.
CHP Bright Spot: Improving Care for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness - A Systems & Data Mapping Approach
This Bright Spot from AcademyHealth's Community Health Learning Program highlights useful insights from the Louisiana Public Health Institute's work to leverage health information technology to improve outcomes for individuals with serious mental illness.
This Bright Spot profile from AcademyHealth's Community Health Learning Program highlights useful insights from the North Coast Health Improvement and Information Network's work to enhance care coordination for clients served by permanent supportive housing and shelter programs.
Striving Toward A Culture Of Health: How Do Care And Costs For Non-Medical Needs Get Factored Into Alternative Payment Models?
This report explores challenges and successes related to how health care purchasers, plans, and providers could support strategies for sustainable investment in non-clinical community-wide population health activities.
This learning guide and supporting materials offer insights and lessons learned to organizations and projects looking to measure the social impact of community-level health work.