Blog: Critique of a Flawed Analysis about Medicaid Work Requirements
Encouraging Results from Evaluation of Camden Model Targeting Super Utilizers
Evidence That Legal Reforms Which Reduce Malpractice Risk Decrease Defensive Medicine
How Pay for Success May Work with Medicaid to Promote Public Health
New research provides insights into how the innovative “Pay for Success” (PFS) financing model could be used in interventions aimed at Medicaid populations. The analysis, one of the first investigations into the potential of PFS for Medicaid recipients, suggests that the approach could help fund the implementation of evidence-based childhood asthma interventions that help avoid emergency department visits—if legal and regulatory barriers can be overcome.