Romania Case Study – Increasing Access to Reproductive Health Services and Supplies by Getting the Incentives Right

Like many Eastern European countries in the early 1990s, Romania had a history of low contraception use and a high rate of abortion. Starting in 1999, progress accelerated dramatically thanks to a number of critical and complementary interventions; a national health insurance scheme, the privatization of health providers, extensive policy change, training to enable more providers to offer family planning services, and a heavy focus on rural access.

Why not a Health Literacy Approach to the Presidential Debates?

I began to wonder if the Ask Me 3™ framework could have been used to guide the presidential debates. Would we have better information to guide our selection if the moderator prefaced each topic area with the Ask Me 3™ questions?

Early Observations Show Safety-Net ACOs Hold Promise to Achieve the Triple Aim and Promote Health Equity

JSI expert staff offer five key observations regarding emerging safety-net Accountable Care Organizations and suggest broad policy implications.

As health reform increases patient choices, ensuring respectful patient care at Title X family planning clinics becomes more important than ever

A new video and toolkit may help clinics reach that goal.