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Chima Ndumele: Reinventing Medicaid

Chima Ndumele: Reinventing Medicaid

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Howie and Harlan are joined by Chima Ndumele of the Yale School of Public Health to discuss his research on structural changes to Medicaid that could keep vulnerable populations healthier. Harlan reports on the remarkable abilities of Google's latest medicine-focused AI; Howie reflects on a study showing the impact of race-neutral measures of lung function. 


AI and Medicine

“Capabilities of Gemini Models in Medicine”


“10 Things to Know About Medicaid”

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

“Long-Term Stability of Coverage Among Michigan Medicaid Beneficiaries: A Cohort Study”

“Unwinding And The Medicaid Undercount: Millions Enrolled In Medicaid During The Pandemic Thought They Were Uninsured”

Chima Ndumele: “Variation in Health Outcomes: The Role of Spending on Social Services, Public Health, and Health Care, 2000–09”

Chima Ndumele: “In Medicaid Managed Care Networks, Care Is Highly Concentrated Among A Small Percentage Of Physicians”

“N.C. developing plan to improve Medicaid participants’ job prospects”

“Yale School of Public Health Graduates Urged to Adopt a “Healthy Disregard for the Impossible”

Race and Lung Function

“Implications of Race Adjustment in Lung-Function Equations”

Harlan Krumholz: “Association of Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities with Outcomes among Patients Hospitalized with Acute Myocardial Infarction, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia. An Analysis of Within- and Between-Hospital Variation”

“Q&A: Harlan Krumholz on hospital readmissions”

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