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Medicaid is supporting expansion of recovery services for individuals with opioid and substance use disorder, but more research is needed.
RTI is pleased to continue supporting the North Carolina Healthcare and Information Communication Alliance (NCHICA) annual conference.
APHA’s Annual Meeting and Expo – the largest and most influential annual gathering of public health professionals – is being held November 2-6 in Philadelphia, PA.
Medicare Advantage organizations’ leading role in advancing provider payment reform offers a number of key advantages: financial incentives to decrease costs and increase quality, flexibility to negotiate directly with providers, and networks to steer members to efficient care.
How are you making your research stick? Are you emphasizing your results and the bottom line? Are you telling the story of what your research means? Are you translating your research into practice?
RTI Report Shows Medicaid ACOs, Investments in Behavioral Health Integration Impact Utilization and Expenditures
A new RTI International report evaluated health reform efforts in Arkansas, Maine, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Oregon and Vermont. All six states participated in Round 1 of the State Innovation Models (SIM) Initiative, a $250 million effort of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to encourage the implementation of value-based purchasing models in Medicaid.
RTI International Launches Center for Health Care Advancement to Provide Evidence-Based Solutions to Problems in Health Care
RTI, a non-profit research institute with more than 30 years of experience providing health care solutions, is launching The RTI Center for Health Care Advancement to support health care payers and providers as they transition from fee-for-service to value-based care models.
“Both my son and I have been victimized by this broken [addiction treatment] system. I have entrusted professionals with my son’s health and have rarely felt that he received effective care. It seems to be a business fraught with greed, false hope and ridiculous fees that play on parents'...
Denise Clayton Addresses Value-Based Care as Panelist in the Triangle Business Journal’s Health Care 2020 Event
The health care industry is shifting towards value-based care, which presents unprecedented opportunities and challenges for the U.S. health care system. In an effort to understand and address these issues, RTI’s Health Care Research Economist Denise Clayton...
Health care leaders in the Triangle are gathering to discuss the future of health care in the region and on a national scale as the industry transitions to value-based care.
Like me, you may have an aging family member who lives at home alone. My dad is in his 70s and has lived at home alone for 10 years. Most of the time I don’t even think of him as “aging,” as he is fully capable of taking care of himself, but I have noticed that our phone conversations...