More Evidence That Community Health Centers Are Cost-effective

Study emulating randomized experiment design adds to body of knowledge documenting lower costs of using community health centers.

Report Identifies Ways that Medicaid Delivery and Payment Reform Can Impact Community Health Centers

Efforts underway in Massachusetts and New York are highlighted.

To Support New HIV Initiative, New Analysis Recommends Sustained Support for Community Health Centers

Analysis estimates that community health centers serve 22 percent of people in the U.S. living with HIV who are receiving care for their condition

Updated Estimate of Impacts of Kentucky’s Medicaid Work Experiment on Health Centers

As many as four in 10 adult Medicaid patients served by health centers would lose coverage and total patient care capacity could decline by up to 10 percent, study by Milken Institute SPH researchers shows.

Ensuring the Stability and Continued Growth of Community Health Centers Should Be a Health Reform Priority, Sara Rosenbaum Argues

Professor Sara Rosenbaum In a commentary posted on Take Care, a major blog site that caters to the congressional and legal communities, Sara Rosenbaum explained why ensuring that nearly 1,400 community health centers don’t go “over the cliff” and lose 71 percent of their grant funding should be one of the health reform priorities in the upcoming Congress.