Consumer-Focused Health System Transformation:
What are the Policy Priorities?

Appendix C: Key Resources

Our Policy Roadmap benefits from similaralthough more targetedresources produced by the Bi-Partisan Policy Institute, Families USA, Community Catalyst and others. We gratefully acknowledge them and list them for readers’ use in this appendix.

ASSSES people’s physical, behavioral and oral health, as well as social needs, and IDENTIFY GAPS in the community’s capacity to address them



Bipartisan Policy Center

CARES Engagement Network

Center for Healthcare Strategies, Inc.

Community Benefit Insight

County Health Rankings & Roadmaps

Episcopal Health Foundation

Health Leads

The Hilltop Institute at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

Policy Link

UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

CREATE INTEGRATED SYSTEMS to advance population health



Academy Health

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Collective Impact Forum

Community Catalyst

Families USA

Hospitals Aligned for Health Communities

Massachusetts Public Health Association

National Academy for State Health Policy

National Governors Association

State Health & Value Strategies

ENSURE MEANINGFUL ACCESS to care and services that meet people’s goals and needs, especially within underserved communities.



Bipartisan Policy Center

Center for Health Progress

Community Catalyst

Community Catalyst Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation

Families USA

Healthcare Value Hub

Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission

Milbank Memorial Fund

National Academy for State Health Policy

Rural Health Information Hub

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Note: The online version of this Appendix, originally published on March 22, 2019, was updated on April 9, 2019, to include new resources.