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New Funding Awards Signal Promise for Future of Data-Driven, Multisector Efforts to Improve Community Health

Building on the last two years as part of AcademyHealth’s Community Health Peer Learning Program, communities in New Orleans and rural California are tackling new challenges with new funding.
Posted Sep 27, 2017 By Alison Rein, M.S.
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Trends in Use of Risk‐Reducing Mastectomy in a Context of Celebrity Decisions and Media Coverage: An Observational Study in the United States and Australia

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Using Weighted Hospital Service Area Networks to Explore Variation in Preventable Hospitalization

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Understanding the Potential for Patient Engagement in Electronic Consultation and Referral Systems: Lessons From One Safety Net System

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Spending per Medicare Beneficiary Is Higher in Hospital‐Owned Small‐ and Medium‐Sized Physician Practices

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Social Security Disability Insurance Enrollment and Health Care Employment

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Is Twitter the Key to Translating Health Services Research?

Does Twitter help create more evidence-informed health policy? AcademyHealth members Sarah Gollust, Zachary Meisel, and David Grande share their efforts to answer this complicated question.
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Patterns of Collaboration among Health Care and Social Services Providers in Communities with Lower Health Care Utilization and Costs

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So What? Helping Stakeholders See the Value in Research Results

Keeping stakeholders engaged throughout the research process is essential to ensuring research makes a difference in policy and practice. Laura Lagendyk of NVivo, an AcademyHealth Organizational Affiliate, shares a practical example of one way to help stakeholders make the link between data and the relevance to the research.
Posted Sep 19, 2017 By Laura Lagendyk
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Read on Washington: September 15 Advocacy Update from Lisa Simpson

The latest developments in Washington, including notes on appropriations, movement on CHIP reauthorization, and some reflections on Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Posted Sep 15, 2017 By Lisa Simpson, MB, BCh, M.P.H., FAAP
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