New Community | Jan 30, 2019

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health problems can negatively affect an individual's ability to remain stably housed. With certain supports, however, those struggling with addiction and/or mental health issues can live better lives. 

New Community | Jan 30, 2019


After serving our country, all veterans deserve a place to call home with the supports they need to succeed.  With the VASH program and supportive housing options, we can help transition more veterans out of homelessness and poverty. 

Will Disruptive Innovation in Health Care Improve the Health of Populations?

Dec 1, 2018
Sandro Galea for Milbank Memorial Fund
Health care in the United States is long overdue for an upheaval. The mismatch between costs, by far the highest in the world, and health outcomes, among the worst in the high-income world, has long been glaring. Perhaps the good news is that the time for such an upheaval has come.

Legal Barriers to the Growth of Health Information Exchange - Boulders or Pebbles?

Mar 1, 2018
Michelle Mello, Julia Adler-Milstein, Karen Ding, and Lucia Savage for Milbank Memorial Fund
Today, health care providers’ complaints about legal obstacles to health information exchange (HIE) may be better understood as reflecting concerns about the economic and competitive risks of information sharing.

Systems Thinking as a Framework for Analyzing Commercial Determinants of Health

Sep 1, 2018
Milbank Memorial Fund
This article shows how a complex systems perspective may be used to analyze the commercial determinants of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), and it explains how this can help with (1) conceptualizing the problem of NCDs and (2) developing effective policy interventions.

Within Reach: Ambitious Federal Solutions to Meet the Housing Needs of the Most Vulnerable People

Jan 24, 2019
Opportunity Starts at Home
Affordable housing campaigns are not new, of course, but what is unprecedented and transformative about Opportunity Starts at Home is the scope and diversity of the partners that are joining forces to advocate for more robust and equitable federal housing policies.