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Madeline White

Research Associate

Madeline White is a former research assistant at America's Essential Hospitals.

Two new resources share the Institute’s research on essential hospitals’ social determinants of health work and a set of milestones to aid in adopting community-integrated health care.

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Registration for the eight-month food insecurity and housing insecurity cohorts, open to health care leaders and graduate students, closes Nov. 1.

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Recognizing that 88 percent of U.S. adults lack health literacy skills, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality published several resources to make health information easier to understand.

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This collaborative research project will lead to the development of recommendations and best practices for patient-centered care transitions.

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Applications are open for two projects of particular interest to essential hospitals: the Systems for Action research program and the Culture of Health Prize.

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The year-long intensive program, offered by the Center for Community Investment, trains rising executives in the leadership skills needed to help disadvantaged communities.

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With funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, the Essential Hospitals Institute developed a road map to help hospitals overcome barriers to implementing person-centered care and evidence based research.

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A new website launched by Essential Hospitals Institute can help hospitals evaluate their community’s greatest needs to determine where population health efforts will be most valuable.

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The rankings provide a county-level “snapshot” of health and can help essential hospitals identify the needs of the communities they serve.

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UCSF School of Medicine and San Francisco General Hospital researchers are testing a mobile app to raise awareness of hepatitis B and C among Asian Americans.

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Panelists discussed problems and potential solutions at the briefing, which pointed to low patient engagement, lack of resources and knowledge, and the need to integrate physical and behavioral health as key challenges.

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Downloadable tool from NCHPAD charts 5 sectors of the community and targets physical activity and healthy eating as key areas to improve population health.

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Becker’s Hospital Review surveyed executives from each state on population health to determine the most pressing health concerns.

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New report from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) outlines five tips — or “watch-outs” — for improving population health.

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The agency examined existing research on vulnerable populations to provide strategies for reducing health disparities.

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Reports from the Health and Medicine Division — formerly IOM — find that incorporating social determinants into EHRs would reduce disparities in care.

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