Tulchin Research recently conducted the a statewide survey among adults in California to better understand public opinion toward domestic violence. BSCF is seeking ways to improve how California can prevent domestic violence from occurring and use research to gauge public opinion about what should be done to more effectively respond to incidents of domestic violence.
As underserved patients gain new choices and greater access to care under health reform, providers will face significant challenges as they seek to retain patients and offer services that are patient-centered, efficient, and highly effective. Building upon previous surveys, this report dives deeper to examine how low-income patients communication with their providers, where they’re accessing health information, and how they feel about new technologies, approaches, and models of care.
With the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act fast approaching, providers are getting ready by making changes to their current systems. They are preparing for an influx of newly insured patients, attempting to position themselves as providers of choice within their communities and working on developing health homes and accountable care organizations. There is growing recognition that healthcare systems need to become more integrated to achieve the “Triple Aim” goals of improved health outcomes, enhanced patient experience and reduced healthcare costs.