Speaking for the Record: The Public Health Implications of Medicaid Work Experiments

In June, a federal district court ruled in Stewart v Azar that the HHS Secretary acted unlawfully in approving Kentucky’s Medicaid work demonstration, because he never even considered the issue that lies at the heart of any federally-sanctioned experiment carried our pursuant to § 1115 of the Social Security Act – how the demonstration will promote the objectives of the program that is the subject of the experiment.  In Medicaid’s case, that objective is to give people medical assistance – the means by

Issue Briefs Offer Snapshot into Use of Health Information Technology Use by Hospitals, Health Systems

Issue briefs published by the American Hospital Association (AHA) present a snapshot of current hospital and health system use of health information technology with policy context and considerations.

Publication on Information Sharing in Medical-Legal Partnerships by Jane Hyatt Thorpe and HPM Team

A GW Health Policy and Management team led by the department’s vice chair, Associate Professor Jane Hyatt Thorpe, and including faculty and staff members Lara Cartwright-Smith, Elizabeth Gray, and Marie Mongeon co-authored a new Medical Legal Partnership issue brief, “Information Sharing