One of the first studies to investigate how medical malpractice reforms such as damage caps affect specific clinical decisions provides strong evidence that caps have inspired physicians to reduce utilizing an expensive and invasive cardiology test.
Research Predicting Effects of Block Grants on Medicaid Highlighted at AcademyHealth Meeting
Investigating How States’ Vaccination Exemption Laws Affect Vaccination Rates
Childhood vaccines play a major role in minimizing the incidence of vaccine-preventable disease. While all states accommodate medical vaccine exemptions, certain states also allow for waivers on the basis of religious or philosophical objections. Certain vaccines have been particularly controversial, with public perceptions linking them to autism and developmental disorders, despite consensus to the contrary in the scientific and medical communities. This has led some states to add exemptions in recent years, while other states opted to eliminate the exemptions.
New Report Forecasts Major Shortfall in Community Health Center Revenues if Congress Repeals Medicaid Expansion, Reduces Marketplace Subsidies and Fails to Renew Health Centers Fund
New Report Forecasts Major Shortfall in Community Health Center Revenues
Researchers at the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative authored, “Projected Financial Losses Experienced by Community Health Centers under a Scenario of Major Cuts in Key Sources of Federal Funding: 2018-2022.” The policy brief simulates the impact of potential major changes in federal funding on community health centers and assess the financial burden other state and federal programs would have to assume to help centers maintain services at their current capacity.