A review of research on the connection between affordable, quality housing and health, with a focus on housing and health in Tennessee.
The history of AccessTN, the high-risk pool Tennessee created in 2006 in an effort to provide better access to health insurance for high-risk individuals.
Tennessee may be eligible for federal funding of reinsurance and high-risk pools, which could improve access to health insurance and alleviate rising costs.
An intro to key concepts that influence access and affordability in health insurance markets, such as risk pools, predictability, incentives, and stability.
Background on TennCare reform efforts and the key design choices Tennessee policymakers may have to address if Congress changes the structure of Medicaid.
The American Health Care Act (AHCA) being considered by Congress would have a significant impact on federal funding for TennCare.
A detailed summary and analysis of Governor Bill Haslam's 2017 Tennessee budget proposal with charts, graphs and a 1-page infographic.
Transportation impacts public health in many ways. Highways, roads, bridges, bikeways, sidewalks, and public transit all have benefits and trade-offs.
What’s the difference between Medicaid and Medicare? What's TennCare? Those are just three of important terms to know as lawmakers consider reforms.
A 5-part series to explain recent Medicaid reform proposals, including block grants, and how they could impact Tennessee and TennCare.