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Janelle Schrag

Senior Program Analyst America's Essential Hospitals

Janelle Schrag is a senior program analyst with America's Essential Hospitals.

The multiyear grant opportunity seeks to test and evaluate innovative approaches to address prediabetes, as well as support enrollment and retention in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention–recognized National Diabetes Prevention Program.

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This partnership worked to improve vulnerable patients’ access to high-quality health care and help groups of providers navigate health reform.

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An initiative aims to convene and support an essential providers network to promote payment and delivery reform amid uncertainty surrounding health policy.

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Essential hospitals can turn to a new resource for prescribing physical activity and time outdoors: Park Rx, or Park Prescriptions.

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The hospital and its community partners have transformed lives and achieved significant savings in health care costs by giving the homeless a place to live.

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As a high priority for America’s Essential Hospitals, meeting patients’ social needs highlighted many educational sessions at VITAL2016, the association's annual meeting.

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Researchers found significant health disparities between gay men, bisexual men, and bisexual women, compared with men and women who identified as heterosexual.

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With support from Kaiser Permanente and East Bay Community Foundation, America's Essential Hospitals collaborates with NACHC and GW to help providers navigate and adapt to the systemwide policy changes and accountability standards mandated by the ACA.

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Findings from a recent population health study conducted by Essential Hospital Institute staff have been published in the March 2016 issue of the Journal for Healthcare Quality.

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Seven, 90-minute sessions beginning April 14 available to members of America’s Essential Hospitals through Kaiser Permanente-supported IHI scholarship program.

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The Essential Hospitals Institute has compiled a compendium of tools that might be useful to essential providers as they pursue health equity goals.

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America's Essential Hospitals initiative supports hospital's development of an electronic referral, or eReferral, program to connect vulnerable patients to much-needed specialty services.

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Reports examine the extent of health gaps among counties, what factors influence local residents' health, and what can be done at the state and local levels to make improvements.

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Institute researcher discusses the popular and up-and-coming movements in delivery system transformation and alternative payment models.

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The new website provides health care providers and policymakers with further information about the National Partnership as well as access to resources for collaboration and tackling health policy issues.

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Whether as part of community benefit requirements or in addressing the social determinants of health, hospitals can engage in community development initiatives to encourage health improvements beyond the hospital walls.

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Cleveland's MetroHealth System and Henry Ford Health System in Detroit share their experiences dealing with the 2013-2014 Polar Vortex.

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Association researcher concludes web series by describing the web-like effect of social factors on health and treatment

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Essential hospitals partner with local schools to foster healthy kids who can complete their education, leading to better health outcomes.

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The second installment in this series, essential hospitals share strategies for overcoming cost, culture, and communication issues.

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Association researcher Janelle Schrag explores insights from APHA's annual meeting, which targeted neighborhood factors as important health indicators.

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Essential hospitals share strategies for overcoming siloes between behavioral health and physical health care.

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These two prominent social factors directly affect health outcomes. Essential hospitals are supporting patients in these areas with PCMHs, medical respite programs, and employment and housing programs.

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Food insecurity may be the most significant social determinant of health for essential hospital patients. Read how BMC is prioritizing this issue.

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This literature review explores how social connections impact health outcomes and overutilization and offers responsive strategies by essential hospitals.

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The social determinants of health are a critical topic for essential hospital providers - learn more from this avid researcher's perspective.

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Research Associate Janelle Schrag recounts interviews with four essential hospitals about their chronic disease programs.

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