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Altarum and the Citizens Research Council of Michigan today released “Health Challenges and Opportunities,” the third in a series of five papers. The research series, “Michigan’s Path to a Prosperous Future: Challenges and Opportunities,” addresses a variety of recent statewide trends, from population change to health outcomes to infrastructure quality, many of which are progressing unfavorably, and how Michigan can support a more prosperous, thriving future.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has selected Altarum to provide training and technical assistance support to states, territories, tribal organizations, and community partners across the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline ecosystem to transform the crisis care system.
How can we improve care coordination and health outcomes for older adults with higher needs? The John A. Hartford Foundation-funded report explores a promising AAA/D-SNP model in Indiana that integrates the age-friendly 4Ms framework and how it might be replicated nationwide.
In this Forefront piece, Corwin Rhyan and George Miller use data from Altarum’s monthly Health Sector Economic Indicators spending series to analyze 2022 health spending, identify trends by payer and by price/utilization, and compare the health spending totals to what health spending was forecasted to be based on prior CMS projections.
The report provides a data-informed vision of Michigan’s future based on current trends and trajectories across multiple dimensions: demographic, economic, workforce, infrastructure, environment, and public services.
Community Care Corps has launched the fourth grant cycle of funding for innovative local models using volunteers to assist family caregivers, older adults, or adults with disabilities. As a partner in the Administration for Community Living-funded initiative, Altarum is responsible for monitoring and evaluating Community Care Corp programs.
Our 2022 Impact Report offers 18 stories of how Altarum is advancing our mission, pushing the boundaries of what is possible, and making a real difference.
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.