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Policy considerations pose options for leaders to reduce costly disparities in diabetes
Date:11/13/2012

ANN ARBOR, Michigan (November 13, 2012) As newly elected or reelected national leaders consider paths forward for continued implementation of the Affordable Care Act, an innovative, locally-implemented program focused on reducing disparities in diabetes is releasing a new set of policy considerations to help inform decisions on national health policy.

The Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes, a national program launched and supported by The Merck Company Foundation, released "Policy Considerations That Make the Link," that offers policymakers options for ways to advance changes to overcome the systemic and structural barriers that have blocked the ability to deliver and sustain effective diabetes care to those most in need.

"The document connects the on-the-ground experiences of the Alliance grantees with the issues facing national decision makers as they consider ways to get more value, quality, efficiency and innovation into our health care system," Noreen Clark, PhD, Director of the Alliance's National Program Office said.

The considerations pose a series of questions surrounding the identified need to realign financial incentives affecting health systems, providers and patients as a mechanism for reducing disparities in diabetes.

"The release is particularly timely," Clark said, "given that newly elected and reelected leaders in Washington will be thinking about how to move forward with health reform implementation. The policy considerations document addresses directly the structural barriers Alliance grantees have encountered in the health care delivery and financing systems," she said.

The structural barriers include:

  • The health care system's focus on payments based on units of care, on specialty care and high-cost, high-tech interventions;
  • State credentialing standards that present barriers to payments for vital health workers;
  • Technologies, costs and policies that can ob
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