A new policy brief by the Center for Health Economics & Policy and colleagues in doula services suggests ways to lower Missouri’s high maternal & infant mortality rates.
Jesse Davis, MD runs the Fathers First initiative and discusses the program’s importance to infant and maternal health outcomes.
Co-director of the Center for Health Economics and Policy, Tim McBride, PhD discusses the slow turn around of MO Medicaid enrollment applications and its impact on residents in need.
Derek Brown’s engagement with the Center for Health Economics & Policy has aided in his research on how social services impact incidences of family violence.
The Center for Health Economics and Policy is working with the Missouri Department of Health to highlight potential funding sources that will help strengthen mental health services across Missouri.
The Center for Health Economics and Policy at the Institute for Public Health has launched the Missouri Medicaid Enrollment Tracking Dashboard, as a resource for the community to track the impact of Medicaid expansion on Missouri Medicaid enrollment. Timothy McBride, PhD, co-director of the Center for Health Economics and Policy says, “We are excited to […]