In a new Harvard Business Review article, “Two Keys to Sustainable Social Enterprise,” the Skoll Foundation’s Sally Osberg and Roger Martin discuss their work with the Foundation’s Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship winners, including Health Leads, to create meaningful social change. Throughout the article, Osberg and Martin highlight a variety of lessons and models from… Read More >

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“We Went to Oxford and Got Schooled in Primary Care” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, April 23, 2015 In this new post from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, two staff members discuss the need for the United States to look beyond our own borders for strategies and learnings on how to deliver better healthcare for less… Read More >

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With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, states have the option to expand Medicaid to adults up to 138% of the poverty line. To date, 29 states have chosen to expand the program. A new study from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation looked at eight of these 29 states – Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Michigan, New… Read More >

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“PCPCC Praises Congress for Real Payment Reform and the End of SGR” Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative, April 14, 2015 Congress recently passed the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015, which officially repeals the Medicare provider reimbursement formula known as the Sustainable Growth Rate. This legislation supports the transition from the current fee-for-service reimbursement… Read More >

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Mateo is a patient at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center’s West County Health Center in Northern California.  He recently shared his Health Leads experience with us, including how it changed his approach to his diabetes management. I live in Richmond, CA.  My wife and I came here from Nicaragua five years ago with our three… Read More >

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