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Balancing Act: Countering High Health Care Costs to Promote Healthy Arkansas Families and Children

The basic needs of all Arkansas families — a stable home; nutritious food; heating, cooling or electricity; and access to affordable health care — are deeply interwoven. In this report we focus on several policy solutions that address the financial cost of health care and its inherently intertwined relationship with the overall household budget. Systematically […]

‘We Don’t Get Anywhere as a Country If We Don’t Invest in Our People’

Boston University of Public Health sat down with Children’s HealthWatch Research and Policy Director, Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, to discuss her work and the role that Children’s HealthWatch plays in turning data into policy. Click here to read the interview. 

Defining The Health Care System’s Role In Addressing Social Determinants And Population Health

It is now widely recognized that the health outcomes of populations often are determined more by social factors than by medical care. Much of the most innovative recent work on social determinants and population health demonstrates the value of partnerships across sectors, with health care systems partnering with community-based organizations ranging from housing authorities to […]