Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
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  • Awards

    We are honored to announce the winners for the 26th Annual Health Care Research and Journalism Awards. This year’s awards are virtual because of the COVID-19 pandemic, yet we invite you to meet the winners and learn about their award-winning work. NIHCM is also announcing the largest grant program in our history — $1 million to support work in journalism and research.

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  • Data Insights

    This infographic highlights the health challenges faced by the homeless community and outlines short and long term solutions to improve the health and well-being of these individuals, through social, economic and housing interventions.

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  • Data Insights

    This new Data Insights highlights the rapid rise in overdose deaths involving cocaine and methamphetamine, illustrates the geographic variations in utilization and death rates, and quantifies the increasing burden that these drugs are placing on the hospital system.

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  • Data Insights

    This infographic delves into an emerging public health emergency involving rapidly rising rates of stimulant use and related overdose deaths, which has been occurring in the shadow of the opioid crisis.

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  • News

    NIHCM would like to provide you and your organizations with a list of resources concerning COVID-19 and vulnerable populations. We will continually update this list.

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  • News

    To help you find answers to questions concerning COVID-19, NIHCM is providing you with links to expert sources that are frequently updated. We will continually update this list.

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Events

June 24, 2020
Alliance-covid19-webinar-image

This COVID-19 Webinar Miniseries synthesizes the information in the headlines to provide cohesive insight into the status of the response and remaining gaps in the system that must be addressed to limit the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.

June 18, 2020
Homelessness Webianr Graphic

This webinar looked at the state of homelessness in the US and provided strategies to improve outcomes for homeless individuals both in the short term and in the long term.

In the News

July 2020
Population Health Spotlight
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The Post-2014 Health Care Workforce: Meeting the Demand for Increased Primary Care

August 06, 2013 | 08:00 AM
09:30 AM ET

Concerns are mounting about the capacity of the primary care workforce to meet the demands of an influx of newly insured individuals in 2014 and the complex needs of an aging population. However, the changes in payment and delivery models that are gaining momentum across the country could provide natural opportunities to address critical workforce challenges.

This webinar on strategies to increase primary care capacity featured industry leaders discussing the following:

  • the dynamics behind workforce shortages and the effects of delivery system innovations on the demand for services
  • strategies for attracting medical students to family practice
  • an initiative to close gaps in primary care teams by recruiting and training physician assistants and other health professionals
  • a care management approach designed to promote efficiency in primary care practices, and a physician perspective on how well it's working
  • a tele-medicine program that responds to the needs of underserved areas and to growing demand for convenience

Speakers

Clese Erikson
Association of American Medical Colleges
Kim Blair
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC)
Katie Eyes
BCBSNC Foundation
Jim Hummel
Wellpoint, Inc.
Glenn Kotz
MidValley Family Practice (Basalt, CO)

Presentation Slides

Changes and Opportunities to Build a Stronger Health Care Workforce
Investing in the Future Primary Care Workforce - Part 1
Investing in the Future Primary Care Workforce - Part 2
Payer Efforts to Promote Patient-Centered Primary Care

Events

June 24, 2020
Alliance-covid19-webinar-image

This COVID-19 Webinar Miniseries synthesizes the information in the headlines to provide cohesive insight into the status of the response and remaining gaps in the system that must be addressed to limit the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.

June 18, 2020
Homelessness Webianr Graphic

This webinar looked at the state of homelessness in the US and provided strategies to improve outcomes for homeless individuals both in the short term and in the long term.

In the News

July 2020
Population Health Spotlight
Newsletter-July-Graphic

Grants

Journalism GrantsJournalism Grant Program

The 2020-2021 round of grant making for this program is now underway. Letters of Inquiry will be due by July 27, 2020.

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Investigator-Initiated Research Grant Program

The 2020-2021 round of grant making for this program is now underway. The deadline to submit Letters of Inquiry has been extended to July 20, 2020.

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Awards

The 26th Annual Research and Journalism Awards

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We are honored to announce the winners for the 26th Annual Health Care Research and Journalism Awards.

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