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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: .. About Us.. Staff.. Funders.. Partners.. Steering Committee.. Advisory Committee.. Additional Stakeholders.. 2013 Forums.. Modeling Change in CA s Health Care Market.. County Health Rankings: Designing a Roadmap to Health in California Communities.. Designed for Health: Using Evidence to Transform California Communities.. Preventing Violence, Promoting Health.. Past Forums.. 2012 Forums.. Measuring and Reporting Provider Performance in CA.. Using Community-Level Data to Improve Population Health.. Evolution of the Health Care Safety Net: Innovations for the Future.. Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care.. 2011 Forums.. Viral Hepatitis: Disparities and Opportunities.. California's Future Health Care Workforce.. Improving Care for People with Complex Conditions.. Emphasizing Value: The Future of Payment Reform in California.. 2010 Forums.. National and State Calls to Address Viral Hepatitis: The Time to Act is Now.. Implementing Health Reform: An Emphasis on Prevention.. Navigating California's Health Information Technology Landscape.. Improving Individual and Public Health with Health IT.. Enhancing the Health Care Safety Net: Innovative Care Models.. 2009 Forums.. 'Enhancing the Health Care Delivery System Through Telemedicine'.. 'Aging Well In Place'.. 'Tackling Obesity: Crossing Silos to Find Solutions'.. 'Leveraging Public Reports of Health Care Provider Performance to Improve Quality'.. 'Addressing the Health Impacts of Climate Change: What Progress Is California Making?'.. 2008 Forums.. Deal Makers & Deal Breakers:An Update on California s Health Reform Efforts.. "Health Inequities: Root Causes and Innovative Solutions.. "Reaching Across Silos to Create Healthier Communities".. 'Perspectives on Aging Well'.. 2007 Forums.. Public Health 101: Progress and Challenges (Part 1).. Innovations in Financing Chronic Care Preventive Services.. Transforming Public Health in California (Part 2).. State Health System Performance Scorecard Is California A Winner?.. Public Health Regionalization: Opportunities and Lessons Learned (Part 3).. 2006 Forums.. Financing & Delivery Macro Trends (I) - January 19, 2006.. Public Health Macro Trends (II) - January 26, 2006.. State Innovations to Advance Quality - February 23, 2006.. State and Local Actions to Address Land Use, Healthy Eating and Health Disparities - May 4, 2006.. 2005  ...   and executive staff, enriching the dialogue over health care at the highest levels of state government.. By delivering high-quality information and analyses, the Forum helps policymakers in seeking solutions to some of our state s most challenging problems.. The California Health Policy Forum invites leading experts from across California and the country to present the latest evidence, innovations, and thinking in an exploration of current pressing health care issues.. The Forum also synthesizes the latest research and analyzes health care issues in published briefs that offer concrete policy recommendations on a range of topics that legislators and state health agency need to understand.. The California Health Policy Forum is:.. Nonpartisan and does not advocate for any particular policy, political party, or legislation.. Participant-driven, guided by surveys of legislative and agency staff, and steering and advisory committees composed of top health policy experts in the state.. Solutions-oriented, focused on identifying evidence-based actionable policy recommendations.. Missed Our Latest Forums?.. Access presentations and background materials from our latest briefings.. Our most recent briefing.. was held on Thursday, August 1.. Prior to that, a briefing.. , co-sponsored with the Public Health Institute (PHI), was held Friday, April 19, 2013.. A briefing on.. , co-sponsored with the Health Officers Association of California (HOAC) and PHI, was held April 5, 2013.. Read Our Recent Policy Briefs.. Check out our latest policy brief on.. Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities: The Promise of Violence Prevention.. It was written by.. Yali Bair, PhD, Ursa Consulting Group, and Karen Shore, PhD, Center for Health Improvement.. Subscribe to CAHPF's Electronic Newsletter.. Email:.. For.. Email Marketing.. you can trust.. Forum Supporters.. Funding for the California Health Policy Forum is provided by grants from the California HealthCare Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, and The California Endowment.. Center for Health Improvement.. Tel.. (916) 930-9200 Fax.. (916) 930-9010.. 2009 Center for Health Improvement.. All rights reserved.. Web Design.. by American Web |.. Content Management System.. by ArrowClick..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Home.. About the California Health Policy Forum.. Links.. The California Health Policy Forum provides an independent platform for education, idea sharing, and conversations among legislative and executive branch health policy staff about the complex health issues facing the state today.. Modeled after the.. National Health Policy Forum.. , the California Health Policy Forum seeks to inform the public policy-making process through a series of briefings and published issue briefs to present the latest evidence, innovations, and thinking on pressing health issues.. To date, the California Health Policy Forum has:.. Engaged legislative and state-agency policymakers in discussions with nearly 80 of California s and the country s top health  ...   education, transportation, and urban planning.. -- in efforts to create healthier communities and tackle such issues as obesity and climate change.. Transforming the state s mental health system.. Enhancing health care delivery through telemedicine.. Supporting programs to foster resilient aging.. Eliminating health inequities.. Presented 20 forums attended by more than 1,000 people.. Published 9 briefs on critical health care issues distributed in print and electronic versions to some 10,000 readers.. Logged more than 100,000 visits to the California Health Policy Forum website.. The California Health Policy Forum is an initiative of the Center for Health Improvement.. Contact Karen Shore, PhD, President CEO, at CHI.. 916-930-9200 or.. kshore@chipolicy.. org..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Karen K.. Shore, PhD.. President CEO, Center for Health Improvement.. The California Health Policy Forum is an initiative of the.. CHI is a national, independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving population health and encouraging healthy behaviors.. For nearly 15 years, our team of public health, health services research, and health policy experts has worked to address the causes underlying America's increasingly unhealthy population.. 1017 L Street, #766.. Sacramento, California 95814.. 916-930-9200.. www.. chipolicy..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: The California Health Policy Forum is funded by grants from the California HealthCare Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, and The California Endowment.. The California HealthCare Foundation works as a catalyst to fulfill the promise of better health care for all Californians.. CHCF supports ideas and innovations that improve quality, increase efficiency, and lower the costs of  ...   Foundation's mission is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education and disease prevention.. Created in 1996, The California Endowment's mission is to expand access to affordable, quality health care for underserved individuals and communities, and to promote fundamental improvements in the health status of all Californians..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Main Menu Bar.. Partner Links.. Steering and Advisory committees offer guidance on selection of experts and topics for the California Health Policy Forum briefings and issue briefs.. Both the.. Steering Committee.. and.. Advisory Committee.. are composed of some of the state s top experts in health care policy.. The California Health Policy Forum also partners with national organizations, including.. AcademyHealth.. ,.. National Academy for State Health Policy.. , and.. National Network of Public Health Institutes..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: The California Health Policy Forum Steering Committee meets periodically to oversee an annual survey of legislative and agency health policy staff, recommends topics and speakers for sessions, and reviews draft issue briefs.. Steering Committee members are:.. DHCS is the state department responsible for protecting and promoting the health status of Californians through the financing and delivery of individual health care services.. California Department of Public Health.. -.. CDPH is the state department responsible for protecting and promoting the health status of Californians through population-based public health programs and services.. California Health and Human Services Agency.. - David Maxwell-Jolly, PhD, Undersecretary.. The California Health and Human Services Agency oversees twelve departments and  ...   The Assembly Health Committee has primary jurisdiction over health care, Medi-Cal, mental health, licensing of health and health-related professionals, and long term health care facilities.. California State Senate Health Committee.. - TBD.. The Senate Health Committee s bills relate to public health, alcohol and drug abuse, mental health, health insurance and managed care, and related institutions.. Legislative Analyst s Office.. - Shawn Martin, Director.. LAO has been providing fiscal and policy advice to the Legislature for more than 55 years.. It is known for its fiscal and programmatic expertise and nonpartisan analyses of the state's budget.. The LAO is overseen by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC), a 16-member, bipartisan committee..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Advisory Committee Members.. Jeremy Cantor, MPH.. Peter Hansel.. Mark B.. Horton, MD, MPH.. Gerald Kominski, PhD.. Matthew Marsom.. Mildred Thompson, MSW.. Six community representatives from around the state sit on the California Health Policy Forum Advisory Committee.. Their role is twofold: (1) to broadly represent the community perspective with respect to the actual or anticipated impact of state health policies at the community level, and (2) to surface community health policy issues deserving of state attention.. Committee members will advise on topic and speaker selections and ensure that diverse community concerns are incorporated into the briefing sessions..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: A distinguishing feature of the California Health Policy Forum (CAHPF) is our partnerships with policy experts in Washington, DC, and around the county.. Partner organizations that assist with speaker selections include the National Health Policy Forum, the National Academy for State Health Policy, and AcademyHealth.. CAHPF modeled itself after the.. , which for more  ...   agencies and executive branch staff.. The.. has offices in DC, as well as Maine, and works closely with state Medicaid directors and other state agency and legislative staff nationwide.. is the professional home for health services researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners, and a leading, non-partisan resource for the best in health research and policy..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Forum Materials.. Video Recording.. Agenda.. Speaker bios.. Garen Corbett.. Presentation.. Ken Jacobs.. Peter Lee Presentation.. Ellen Wu Presentation.. Other resources.. Achieving Equity by Building a Bridge from Eligible to Enrolled.. California Health Benefits Review Program.. Covered California Annual Report.. Medi-Cal Expansion: What s at Stake for Communities of Color.. Monitoring the Impacts of the ACA in CA: Stakeholder Input and Priorities.. UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.. UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.. CalSIM-specific.. resources.. Methodology.. Medi-Cal expansion under the ACA.. After millions of Californians gain coverage under the ACA, who will remain uninsured?.. Estimating the change in coverage in CA with a Basic Health Program.. 9 out of 10 non-elderly Californians will be insured when the ACA is fully implemented.. Predicted Exchange enrollment with subsidies under the ACA.. Predicted increase in Medi-Cal enrollment under the ACA.. Remaining uninsured in CA under the ACA.. Detailed chart pack - Health insurance coverage in CA under the ACA.. Newly insured Californians would fall by more than 1 million under the ACA.. without.. the requirement to purchase insurance..  ...   newly eligible populations.. To help state policymakers, researchers at UC Berkeley and UCLA developed the California Simulation of Insurance Markets (CalSIM).. CalSIM provides estimates of eligibility for and enrollment in health insurance including Medi-Cal and Covered California, the state s health benefit exchange, and accounts for various factors that are expected to influence employer and individual health insurance decisions.. At this briefing, researchers who developed the CalSIM model described how CalSIM arrives at its estimates and presented the most recent projections of eligibility and enrollment for Medi-Cal and Covered California.. Three speakers discussed how they have used the model to estimate eligibility and enrollment, and the need for outreach to various populations likely to be eligible to enroll.. Confirmed speakers:.. Marian Mulkey, MPH, MPP, Director, Health Reform and Public Programs Initiative, California HealthCare Foundation (facilitator).. Ken Jacobs, Chair, UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education.. Garen Corbett, MS, Director, California Health Benefits Review Program, University of California Office of the President.. Peter Lee, JD, Executive Director, Covered California.. Ellen Wu, MPH, Executive Director, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Dawn Jacobson presentation.. Rebecca Flournoy presentation.. LaVern Vaughn and Eli Moore presentation.. Donnell Ewert presentation.. David Erickson presentation.. County Health Rankings Roadmaps.. Roadmaps to Health Community Grants.. Alameda County Prosperity Project (Round 1).. Safe Return Re-entry Project (Round 1).. Shasta County College and Career Readiness Initiative (Round 1).. Linked Learning Campaign for Oakland s High Schools (Round 2).. Healthy Communities Initiative, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. When:.. Friday, April 5, 2013, 10:00 a.. m.. 12:00 noon.. How healthy is your neighborhood? Much of what influences health happens outside of the doctor s office in our schools and workplaces, and on our streets and sidewalks.. County Health Rankings Roadmaps.. program helps communities identify and implement solutions that make it easier for people to be healthy in their own communities, focusing on specific factors that affect health, such as education and income.. Having health insurance and quality health care are important to our health, but leadership and action beyond health care are also needed.. County Health Rankings.. illustrate what we know when  ...   At this briefing.. co-sponsored by the Public Health Institute, the Health Officers Association of California, and the California Health Policy Forum,.. California s results from the 2013.. project were reviewed.. Four cross-sector efforts to create healthy communities in California were showcased:.. Communities awarded the first round of.. Roadmaps to Health.. community grants:.. Alameda County Prosperity Project, Oakland, CA.. Safe Return Re-entry Project, Richmond, CA.. Shasta County College and Career Readiness Initiative, Redding, CA.. Center for Community Development Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. Panelists also identified potential roles for policymakers and those implementing policy across California to work across sectors to improve the health of communities.. David Erickson, PhD, Director, Center for Community Development Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.. Donnell.. Ewert, MPH,.. Director, Shasta County Health and Human Services.. Rebecca Flournoy, MPH, Deputy Director for Planning, Assessment and Health Equity, Alameda County Public Health Department.. Dawn Jacobson, MD, MPH,.. Director of Strategy and Impact,.. Public Health Institute.. LaVern Vaughn, Community Researcher, Advocate, and Organizer, Safe Return Re-entry Project..

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  • Title: California Health Policy Forum
    Descriptive info: Speaker Presentations:.. Mary Pittman.. Marion Standish.. Jim Sallis.. Rupal Sanghvi.. Active Living Research (ALR).. ALR Resources Summary.. States Skip Major Steps that Would Foster Physically Active Students.. Role of Communities in Promoting Physical Activity.. Role of Parks and Recreation in Promoting Physical Activity.. Role of Transportation in Promoting Physical Activity.. CDC: Community Transformation Grants (CTG).. CA4Health (CA CTG) Summary.. HealthxDesign.. Health x Design Impact and Metrics Frameworks.. Impact Framework for Movement on Main.. Five Borough Farm.. A Better Way to Fight Obesity: New, Smarter Supermarkets.. Friday, April 19, 2013, 10:00 a.. Preventing disease and injury is the most cost-effective, common-sense way to improve health.. A key goal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to achieve the triple aim of better health, better care, and lower cost.. Prevention is an integral part of the ACA, with prevention spending focused on: building healthy and safe communities; expand ing quality preventive services in both clinical and community settings; empowering people to make  ...   the built environment represent a critical opportunity for communities to address their specific health priorities.. Examples include access to markets with affordable fresh produce options, safe parks and other recreational spaces, and public transportation that encourages walking and biking for daily activities.. This briefing featured examples of innovative, effective programs designed to create healthier communities by building a culture of active and healthy living.. Speakers described how these programs can be taken to scale to meet Governor Brown s charge for California to become the healthiest State in the nation.. Speakers:.. Mary Pittman, DrPH, President CEO, Public Health Institute (facilitator).. Jim Sallis, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of California, San Diego, and Director, Active Living Research.. Rupal Sanghvi, MPH, Founder, HealthxDesign, Public Health Institute.. Marion Standish, JD, Director, Community Health, The California Endowment.. Funding for the California Health Policy Forum is provided by grants from the.. California HealthCare Foundation, The California Wellness Foundation, and The California Endowment..

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