Isabel Sawhill, Ph.D., is the senior fellow in economic studies at the Center on Children and Families at the Brookings Institution. Sawhill has been researching and writing about the growth of single-parent families for more than 40 years.
Using risk-adjusted payments that focus on improving quality in an integrated behavioral and primary care program saved money in Colorado, according to research published in Translational Behavioral Medicine on Rocky Mountain Health Plans' SHAPE (Sustaining
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