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Aiming Higher for Health System Performance: A Profile of Seven States
Date: Monday, Dec. 14, 2009
Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
Location: Fourth floor of the Stetson Building at the corner of Martin Luther King and Highland, across from University Hospital.

Description:

As a companion to the Commonwealth Fund 2009 State Scorecard, Greg Moody and colleagues produced a report profiling seven states: six that rank among the top quartile of states—Vermont, Hawaii, Iowa, Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin—plus Delaware, which was among the most-improved states from 2007 to 2009. These states demonstrate that high levels of health system performance are achievable and sustainable and provide useful examples of state policies and practices that may be reasonably associated with health system improvement: a long-term commitment to reform, collaboration among stakeholders, leadership to expand health insurance coverage, transparency of health information, and a capacity to act on emerging best practices.

Greg Moody is a senior consultant with Health Management Associates with over ten years of state and federal government experience in health policy planning, budgeting, program development, and constituent relations. Prior to joining HMA, he served as the senior health and human services advisor to the Governor of Ohio. Moody began his public service career in Congress where he worked as budget associate for the Vice Chairman of the House Budget Committee. He later served as Chief of Staff to the Dean of the Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health.

For more information:

Contact Christina Burke-Tillema at (513) 558-2721 or burketca@ucmail.uc.edu

Fees:

Free.



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