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Beginning in March 2023, Altarum will host a secure online portal for the "2023 Barriers to Health Care for Women Veterans Survey," sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs’ (VA) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of Women’s Health. Learn more about the purpose of the survey and how it will be conducted.
According to the second and final Altarum Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Pandemic Response Survey, PACE organizations across the country have not been spared from workforce challenges, which threaten to complicate service delivery for PACE participants. Learn what steps are being taken to address these challenges.
In 2018, Health Affairs assembled a distinguished group of 20 policy experts to form the Health Affairs Council on Health Care Spending and Value. The Council was charged with recommending ways that the US can take a deliberate approach to moderating healthcare spending growth while maximizing value. George Miller, PhD, Altarum Fellow and Research Team Leader, serves as a council member.
Altarum provides proactive operational planning support to help states prepare for changes in Medicaid operations as the PHE ends.
Altarum is working with residential settings in several states to bring person-centeredness into everyday care. Residents, staff, and families all benefit from improved resident quality of life.
Since 2012, we've led an engaged coalition of national organizations and experts and developed high-quality, evidence-based resources to promote sexual health and wellness.
Altarum is providing technical assistance to states to advance connectivity between state public health newborn screening programs and health care providers.
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