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Advancing Health Care Transparency: A National Inventory of Tools to Guide State Policy

Funded by the New York State Health Foundation and working with HonestHealth, we examined an inventory of more than 230 health care transparency tools from across the nation to determine best practices and essential features—and provided a set of recommendations to New York State. … Read More

Multnomah County Mental Health System Analysis

Multnomah County is focused on providing accessible and effective mental health services—connecting people to the right care at the right time. We’re conducting a deep systems analysis for the County, engaging with community stakeholders, reviewing previous studies, examining funding and reimbursement mechanisms, and focusing on touchpoints between systems, where individuals in need might fall through the cracks. … Read More

North Dakota Comprehensive Behavioral Health System Analysis

We are working with the North Dakota Department of Human Services to understand community behavioral health needs and existing services, provide recommendations for closing gaps between community need and current resources, and supporting implementation of systems change activities. … Read More

Minnesota Waiver Reimagine

Along with our project partners, we’re working with the Disability Services Division (DSD) of Minnesota’s Department of Human Services to make its system more person-centered, improving system structures to give people more choice and control over the services they receive. … Read More

Long Beach City College Foster Youth Program Development and Evaluation

About 4,000 foster youth age out of California’s foster care system each year, and in Los Angeles County only 3% of foster youth go on to graduate from college. To address this, Long Beach City College is working to develop a comprehensive support program for former foster youth on campus. We're delighted to be assisting, providing consultation and evaluation services. … Read More

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