Upcoming NEHI Webinar on May 20th

There is broad interest and significant investment in integrating behavioral and primary care among professional organizations, CMS, payors and providers. Yet, despite over two decades of convincing evidence about its value and cost-effectiveness, adoption of integrated behavioral health care is proceeding too slowly. What are the barriers to scaling a solution that is so critical to addressing our nation's behavioral health needs? What are the solutions we can implement today? What is the advocacy we need for tomorrow?

Join us for a discussion among individuals who have been working on integration issues for much of their careers to explore how to build on key areas of agreement to highlight and promote critical first steps.

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NEHI Wins PCORI Support for New Project on Communication Among Patient Communities and Health Care Payers

NEHI announced today that the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has committed $100,000 funding for a NEHI project that will bring patient and payer leaders together to identify principles of good, evidence-based, two-way communication regarding novel therapies.

Read the full press release.

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NEHI Releases Policy Brief

Value-based arrangements (VBAs) between pharmaceutical manufacturers and health care payers have become a “tool in the payment toolbox,” but their impact may be limited unless the next generation of value-based arrangements are not only designed to achieve pre-defined clinical outcomes, but to achieve patient-centered health benefits as well.
 
This is the conclusion from a new NEHI white paper released today entitled, “Patients and the Next Generation of Value-based Arrangements: Reframing the VBA Debate Around Patient Benefit.”
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How Can We Improve Health and Health Care in the United States?

NEHI (the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation) is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization composed of stakeholders from across all key sectors of health and health care. Its mission is to advance innovations that improve health, enhance the quality of health care, and achieve greater value for the money spent. 

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Burdens of Obesity and Diabetes Grow in the Wake of COVID-19 -- Continued Innovation is Crucial

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on persons with obesity and/or diabetes and will leave behind a heavy burden on U.S. public health. Increased uptake of innovations such as telehealth services have proven critical during the crisis, but continued uptake is not assured in the future, and should be seen as crucial to meeting what could be a tidal wave of pent-up medical need among patients when COVID restrictions are lifted.   

NEHI’s latest webinar on February 10th explored how health care innovations in obesity and diabetes will play a larger role in the post-COVID future. View the recap and recording for the webinar here.

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Burdens of Obesity and Diabetes Grow in the Wake of COVID-19 -- Continued Innovation is Crucial
February 12th, 2021 | news

Burdens of Obesity and Diabetes Grow in the Wake of COVID-19 -- Continued Innovation is Crucial

Recap and recording of NEHI's February 10th webinar: Accelerating Innovations in Obesity and Diabetes Management Post-COVID-19.

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February 12th, 2021

Recap and recording of NEHI's February 10th webinar: Accelerating Innovations in Obesity and Diabetes Management Post-COVID-19.

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Takeaways from NEHI's virtual meeting on COVID-19 Immunization

January 28th, 2021

On January 27th, NEHI held its last summit in a series of four virtual summit meetings on COVID-19 Immunization.

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