National Academy of Medicine

Governmental Public Health and the Economics of Adaptation to Population Health

In this discussion paper, Glen Mays describes recent experimentation with population health strategies
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Paying for Population Health: A Texas Innovation

In this discussion paper, local public health official Thomas Schlenker describes one state’s creative use of the Medicaid waiver
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Health Literacy as an Essential Component to Achieving Excellent Patient Outcomes

The U.S. population is more diverse than ever before in terms of race, ethnicity, language, socioecon
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Designing Health Literate Mobile Apps

As mobile devices become more popular mobile health applications (mHealth apps) present opportunities to improve health and wellness. However, po
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Designing Health Literate Mobile Apps

As mobile devices become more popular mobile health applications (mHealth apps) present opportunities to improve health and wellness. However,
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Building the Science for a Population Health Movement

In this discussion paper, Adler and colleagues argue that research and action must go hand in hand in the movement for population
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HALE — Unification Theory for Clinical Medicine and Population Health

In this discussion paper, Teutsch, Chokshi, Stine and Fielding propose using a summary measure of population health
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Economic Policy: An Important (But Overlooked) Piece of “Health in All Policies”

In this discussion paper, Elizabeth Rigby identifies an important gap in efforts to consider the health eff
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Health in All Policies: Improving Health Through Intersectoral Collaboration

In their discussion paper, Linda Rudolph and colleagues define the health in all policies concept, explain
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Opportunity Knocks: Population Health in State Innovation Models

In this discussion paper, the authors describe an emerging opportunity for reorienting the way we pay for health in the
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