This tool from the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) North America was developed from a workshop presentation at Putting Care at the Center 2018. The resource introduces J-PAL’s “generalizability framework,” a practical approach for using evidence to assess whether a given program can be replicated or adapted to work in a new setting....

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This policy brief from the Penn Center for Community Health Workers, home of the IMPaCT community health worker (CHW) model, was developed from a workshop presentation at Putting Care at the Center 2018. The brief highlights financing and policy strategies – including value-based payments, program accreditation, and incentives to implement solutions correlated with high-quality programs...

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This brief from Alameda County Care Connect and Bright Research Group details lessons and best practices learned from a pilot complex care intervention for high utilizers of psychiatric emergency services in Alameda County. The pilot convened monthly case conferences with a diverse group of providers from the psychiatric emergency system, County Health Care Service Agency,...

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This report from the National Housing Conference profiles health and housing initiatives in Oregon, Tennessee, and Massachusetts that exemplify practical and actionable ways that housing developers can work together with health systems and managed care organizations to build new affordable housing units while reducing unreimbursed medical costs in high-cost populations. The report includes insights from...

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