The MFP program allows qualified beneficiaries to get the care they need while improving their quality of life.
Meeting design and facilitation are central to the core talents of the team at the GHPC. The GHPC has successfully used the process of purpose-driven meeting design and facilitation for many critical projects since its founding in 1995. Our approach emphasizes meeting design, workshops, webinars, trainings, and technical assistance to meet the needs of specific… more »
Fact sheet explaining the work of the Georgia Health Policy Center.
The Georgia Health Policy Center’s brochure explains the work of the Center, explaining the services we provide and the areas in which we conduct research.
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a structured process that brings together scientific data, public health expertise, and stakeholder input to identify the potential health effects of a proposed policy, plan, program, or project. Based on an objective and thorough analysis of these potential effects, an HIA offers practical recommendations for ways to minimize risks and… more »
The Georgia Health Policy Center provides evidence-based research, program development, policy guidance, and technical assistance. The center focuses on solutions to complex issues facing health care today including insurance coverage, long-term care, health care reform, children’s health, and the development of rural and urban health systems. We work locally, statewide, and nationally to improve health… more »
The GHPC focuses on solutions to complex issues facing health and health care today by conducting, analyzing, and disseminating evaluation findings to connect decision makers with the objective research and guidance needed to make informed decisions about health policies and programs. This fact sheet details the GHPC’s evaluation work.
Backbone support provides the management and infrastructure needed to coordinate large groups around shared objectives.
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.
Georgia Health Policy Center Scholarship: A Review and Five-Year Strategic Plan for Research Volume 1 (2016–2020)