Guidelines for Counseling Women on the Management of Menopause
Designed for use in conjunction with the National Committee for Quality Assurances (NCQA) HEDIS® Management of Menopause measure
State Profiles on Women's Health
Outlines the status of women's health in all fifty states and the District of Columbia
The Health Plan Guide for Women: How to Shop for a Plan & Get the Most Value
Todays health care plan is not the one-size-fits-all plan of the past. It covers more ground, offers more choices, and makes more demands on us as consumers. Managed care is the supermarket of health care. To understand it, we need to read the labels, do some research, make comparisons, and ask questions. It includes a historical perspective on managed health care, how to compare plans and judge quality, and what rights you have as a consumer and patient. (AVAILABLE EARLY 2002)
Value Purchasing: Investing in Women's Health - Strategies for Employers
The Jacobs Institute of Womens Health and the Washington Business Group on Health (WBGH) has co-published Value Purchasing: Investing in Women's Health - Strategies for Employers. This report of recommendations from a national summit meeting offers employers ideas and strategies for improving the health of their women employees. The recommendations contained in this report are not limited to health care services; ideas in the realms of human resources, worksite health promotion, employee assistance programs, and work-life programs are also offered.
Womens Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action, A Report of Recommendations from the National Summit on Womens Health and Managed Care
The Jacobs Institute of Womens Health and the American Association of Health Plans (AAHP) have co-published Womens Health and Managed Care: Opportunities for Action, A Report of Recommendations from the National Summit on Womens Health and Managed Care. The Report offers health plans and clinicians ideas and strategies for improving services to women. The Report devotes a chapter to each of the following areas of womens health: primary and preventive care, reproductive health, mental health, and chronic health conditions and the final chapter addresses issues of quality. Each chapter addresses specific issues, such as recommended levels of preventive care, and proposes solutions and potential partners that may assist health plans in providing women optimum care.
Summaries of all eight of the Jacobs Institute's Women's Health and Managed Care symposia series (a supplement to Women's Health Issues)
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