Catalyzing Medicaid-Public Health Collaboration to Achieve Mutual Prevention Goals: Lessons from CDC’s 6|18 Initiative
Highlights recent accomplishments from participating Medicaid-public health teams. Medicaid and public health representatives from Kentucky and New Hampshire discussed their collaborative efforts and successes in improving diabetes care and reducing tobacco use within the 6|18 Initiative.
Explores state considerations and approaches for sustaining 6|18 Initiative efforts. It will feature innovations from states, along with insights from CHCS and the CDC.
Describes how state Medicaid and public health agencies can evaluate the impact of 6|18 Initiative prevention interventions.
Explores strategies for successful state engagement with Medicaid managed care organizations to promote coverage and adoption of evidence-based prevention strategies.
Addresses how to build the business case for new or expanded Medicaid prevention policies.
Opportunities for Medicaid-Public Health Collaboration to Achieve Mutual Prevention Goals: Lessons from CDC’s 6|18 Initiative
Highlights recent accomplishments from participating Medicaid-public health teams.
Medicaid-Public Health Partnership to Improve Health and Control Costs: Early Lessons from the CDC’s 6|18 Initiative
Provides an overview of the CDC’s 6|18 Initiative and explored successful state strategies for implementing interventions via Medicaid and public health partnerships.
Provides information on how the 6|18 Medicaid and Public Health teams can design evaluation strategies to measure the impact of their 6|18 interventions.
Explores how select states are using Medicaid to pay for supportive services within accountable care organizations, health homes, community health teams, and other value-based delivery system reforms.