Altarum Launches AHRQ-Funded Cooperative in Michigan to Support Rural Practices in Preventing Heart Disease

Altarum Launches Program to Support Rural Practices in Preventing Heart Disease

Learn how our quality improvement expertise and patient engagement measurement tool will help providers in Michigan reduce the number of heart attacks and strokes.
Are Rising Health Care Prices Another COVID-19 Side Effect?

Are Rising Health Care Prices Another COVID-19 Side Effect?

Read our recent analysis of health sector price growth and its implications for the health system.
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Through research and analytics, technology, advisory services, and program implementation, we help federal and state agencies and other organizations improve health outcomes. Our solutions are more than road maps for improvement—they are a driving force for innovation.

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Altarum’s Evaluation of PACE Covid-19 Response Will Provide Lessons Learned and Solutions for the Eldercare System 

Altarum is examining what we can learn from PACE's pandemic response to improve our system of long-term services and supports (LTSS).

March 11, 2021

How Do We Meet the Reproductive Health Needs of People with Substance Use Disorders? Integration of Services Is Key

Integrating family planning services and services for those with a substance use disorder is critical to ensuring the reproductive health needs of those with SUD are met.

February 19, 2021

Did National Health Spending in 2020 Decline for the First Year in Recorded History? Preliminary Data Say It Did

For the first year since at least 1960 – when the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) began tracking national health expenditures – total health spending in 2020 was less than in the previous year. 

February 16, 2021

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