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Subject NEW ISSUE: Borders, Immigrants & Health
Date July 6, 2021 8:05 PM
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The Latest Research, Commentary, And News From Health Affairs

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Dear John,

Don't miss Health Affairs' first-ever issue on borders, immigrants,
and health policy.

Borders, Immigrants & Health

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Roughly 45 million immigrants live in the United States today. With many
people arriving from China, Mexico, India, and other countries each
year, immigration is poised to become a main driver of US population

As the demography of the immigrant population continues to change,
migration flows from Mexico and Central America have far-reaching policy
implications. Policies affecting immigrants on both sides of the
US-Mexico border contribute to disparities in life expectancy and access
to programs that address essential health, nutrition, and housing needs.

To help make sense of these complicated dynamics, the July issue of
Health Affairs
dedicated exclusively to borders, immigrants, and health

In the issue you'll find original research, analysis, and binational
perspectives on migration and health policy at the US-Mexico border and

Health Affairs readers will recognize familiar themes, with articles on
health care spending and use
insurance coverage
and health disparities

focusing on immigrant populations and border regions.

Other research explores the effects of specific policy changes on uptake
of Medicaid and SNAP by immigrant essential workers
The issue also includes commentary on how COVID-19 could influence
immigration policy

for years to come, along with a personal essay on the psychological
effects of anti-immigration policies

Health Affairs is grateful to Arturo Vargas Bustamante of UCLA Fielding
School of Public Health for serving as theme issue adviser. We also want
to thank the California Health Care Foundation, The California
Endowment, and Con Alma Health Foundation for their financial support of
this issue.

Today on Health Affairs Blog,  Katie Keith and coauthors discuss the
recent interim final rule

from the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury
and the Office of Personnel Management to implement key parts of the No
Surprises Act.

Also, Pranav Puri and coauthors discuss the recent push toward linking
CEO incentives to hospital quality metrics

in addition to financial targets.

Advertise with Health Affairs. In July, we're offering two weeks of
free podcast advertising with any contract closed in July. Learn more
about advertising opportunities.

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Your Daily Digest

Borders, Immigrants, And Health

Alan R. Weil

Health Care Spending And Use Among Hispanic Adults With And Without
Limited English Proficiency, 1999-2018

Jessica Himmelstein et al.

Health Insurance Coverage In Mexico Among Return Migrants: Differences
Between Voluntary Return Migrants And Deportees

Rodrigo Dominguez-Villegas and Arturo Vargas Bustamante

Life Expectancy At The US-Mexico Border: Evidence Of Disparities By
Place, Race, And Ethnicity

Keith P. Gennuso et al.

Immigrant Essential Workers Likely Avoided Medicaid And SNAP Because Of
A Change To The Public Charge Rule

Sharon Touw et al.

COVID-19 Is Becoming A '9/11 Moment' For Borders And Health

Meghan Benton and Demetrios G. Papademetriou

'Remain In Mexico': Stories Of Trauma And Abuse

Alfonso Mercado et al.

Banning Surprise Bills: Biden Administration Issues First Rule On The No
Surprises Act

Katie Keith et al.

Tying CEO Compensation To Value-Based Purchasing Scores

Pranav Puri et al.

Podcast: The Importance Of Mental Health Workers For Mobile Crisis

Alan Weil and David Zeiss

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The Importance Of Mental Health Workers For Mobile Crisis Response

Listen to Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interview CAHOOTS
co-founder David Zeiss on using mobile mental health workers as part of
crisis response.

Listen Here


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