Health Policy and Health Services
Health policy and health services research examines the effect of health policies and system-based approaches on the risks and outcomes of type 2 diabetes for various population groups.
- Natural Experiments for Translation in Diabetes 2.0 (NEXT-D2) Study
The NEXT-D2 study uses the collective input of the partner network to examine the effect of major population-targeted policies and interventions on diabetes prevention and control, and evaluate the circumstances that guide the evolution of policies and programs to improve diabetes care and prevention. NEXT-D2 is a follow-up to the NEXT-D study that was mandated by health care legislation to evaluate health policies and interventions used by health care systems, businesses, and communities to reduce diabetes risk, complications, and health inequalities across broad segments of the US population.
- Impact of Health Policies and Programs on Type 2 Diabetes: Results From the NEXT-D2 Partner Network. View summary
- Gregg EW, Duru OK, Shi L, Mangione CM, Siegel KR, Ramsay A, Thornton PL, Clauser S, Ali MK. Filling the public health science gaps for diabetes with natural experiments.external icon Med Care. 2020 Jun;58(6) Suppl 1external icon:S1‒S3.
- Ross-Degnan D, Wallace J, Zhang F, Soumerai SB,Garabedian Laura, Wharam JF. Reduced Cost-sharing for Preventive Drugs Preferentially Benefits Low-income Patients With Diabetes in High Deductible Health Plans With Health Savings Accountsexternal icon. Medical Care. 2020 Jun;58(6) Suppl1:S4‒S13.
- Marino M, Angier H, Fankhauser K, Valenzuela S, Hoopes M, Heintzman J, DeVoe J, Moreno L, Huguet N. Disparities in Biomarkers for Patients With Diabetes After the Affordable Care Actexternal icon. Medical Care. 2020 Jun;58(6) Suppl 1:S31‒S39.