How Healthy is your Community?

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Find out what health factors affect your county by going to the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Program published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation found here.

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How Childhood Experiences Shape Our Nation’s Health

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New findings strongly suggest that Americans are ready for new approaches to address early childhood trauma and stress. To do that in a big way, we need more than science—we need a movement. Read more about it here.

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How Will the Affordable Care Act Affect the Use of Health Care Services?

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In January 2014, the Affordable Care Act extended access to health insurance coverage to an estimated 30 million previously uninsured people. This issue brief provides state-level estimates of the increased demand for physician and hospital services that is expected to result from expanded access and assesses the sufficiency of the existing supply of providers to accommodate the anticipated increase in …

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Lessening the Impact of Coverage Churn Through Multimarket Health Plans

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It’s estimated that half of lower-income adults will move between Medicaid and subsidized health insurance marketplace plans at least once during the year. In a new blog post, George Washington University’s Sara Rosenbaum looks at insurers that offer complementary health plans, which use a common provider network, for both Medicaid and the marketplace. Read it here.

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How new director Lynne Saxton will put her stamp on the Oregon Health Authority

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Lynne Saxton was confirmed on March 9, 2015 as the Oregon Health Authority director, giving some long-needed stability to an agency that has gone without a permanent director since December 2013. Read more about it here.

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