Topic Pay for Success and SIPPRA: A Model for Investing in Social Determinants of Health Webinar
Topic SIPPRA / Pay for Success Fund Launch
Start Date 2018-00-00
Notes Webinar Resources Pay for Success and SIPPRA: A Model for Investing in Social Determinants of Health When: Oct. 26, 2018 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET What: Have you heard of SIPPRA? Passed in 2018, the Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act (SIPPRA) provides $100 million to support the launch of state and local Pay for Success initiatives—an innovative contracting approach that ties payments to the achievement of measurable outcomes. This new program is an opportunity for states and local governments to incorporate outcomes-based decision making into the provision of human and social services to improve results for people. This webinar provided an overview of Pay for Success, detailed how the tool has been used to advance policy initiatives, explained how it fits into the larger set of options for coordinating social and health spending, explored how advocates and others can leverage this new opportunity to improve health outcomes, and described how state and local governments can leverage SIPPRA funding to improve health outcomes. Speaker: Karen Howard, First Focus Sara Beth Martin, Nurse-Family Partnership Nirav Shah, Social Finance Lynn Quincy, Healthcare Value Hub Resources: Webinar Products Slide Deck Webinar Recording Hub Products Hub Research Brief: Tapping into the Benefits of Social Investments: Addressing Financing Silos External Resources Social Finance: What is Pay for Success? Booker, Christina, et al. Using Pay for Success in Healthcare, Corporation for National & Community Service. (October 2016) 115th Congress. S.963 - Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act, US Congress. (April 2017) Nurse-Family Partnership: Nurse-Family Partnership in South Carolina. (March 2018) Nurse-Family Partnership: Overview. (2018) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Financing Population Health. (October 2016)
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