To better understand how rural communities are approaching the shorter open enrollment period, the Georgia Health Policy Center facilitated a discussion with rural community-based programs, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Federal Office of Rural Health Policy.
The Georgia Beck Initiative is aimed at training mental health providers serving individuals with serious mental health diagnoses in various levels of treatment throughout the state.
Georgia Health Policy Center Scholarship: A Review and Five-Year Strategic Plan for Research
2016 Progress Report
GHPC brings an informed perspective to the rural conversation and works as a thought partner to rural stakeholders as they navigate innovation in rural community health system development.
GHPC recognizes that the root causes of nutrition-related challenges are multifactorial and require comprehensive strategies that engage a broad range of stakeholders to bring about sustainable solutions.
GHPC uses systems thinking tools in conjunction with its meeting design and facilitation services to help stakeholders explore issues and bolster their adaptive, systems thinking capacity.
GHPC’s policy analysis includes identifying and characterizing policy options, evaluating policies in terms of potential health and economic impact, conducting regulatory compliance reviews, and assessing the effect of policies after implementation.
A health glossary.
This postcard provides information resources for Legislators.
This evaluation was conducted to learn impacts and findings to inform the Legislative Health Policy Certificate Program program going forward.