Developing the Business Case for Domestic Violence & Health Care Integration

Dates: 2016-2017

State: California

Client(s): Blue Shield of California Foundation

Services: Health Care & Public Health Planning, Applied Research & Evaluation, Health Systems Transformation

Technical Expertise: Health Care Reform, Population Health, Safety Net, State and Local Public Health


From December 2015 to June 2016, JSI worked with the Blue Shield of California Foundation to conduct research on domestic violence and its impact on health costs to support the development of a “Business Case” for health system investment in response to the needs of patient populations that have experienced domestic violence (DV) and trauma.

JSI is currently working on the second phase of this project with a focus on three main components:

  • Engagement of a small group of leading researchers and thought-leaders to develop a plan to build the evidence base making the case for DV to be substantively included in health sector reform, including what types of research and practice efforts needs to be supported to establish proof of concept;
  • Analysis of current trends and opportunities in the health care and public health policy landscape related to potential investment in innovative DV programs;
  • Research on potential process and health and/or utilization outcome measures for advanced DVHCP-type activities.

Learn more about Phase I of this research, Domestic Violence/Trauma Integration Research

 

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