Established in 2010 as the nation’s first funding stream dedicated to improving public health, the Prevention and Public Health Fund invests over $9 million per year to protect Arizona from disease outbreaks and to reduce downstream health care costs. This report, published in partnership with the Arizona Public Health Association, examines the Fund’s investments in Arizona, which include immunizations, smoking cessation, diabetes prevention, opioid treatment, and more.
AHF Issue Briefs
Arizona Health Futures Issue Briefs provide an overview of critical health issues in Arizona from a public policy perspective. They are intended to present a balanced, independent assessment of health policy and resource allocation choices facing the state.
Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are reimagining care coordination. Achieving the Promise of Accountable Care Organizations: Progress in Arizona provides an in-depth, qualitative analysis of ACOs from across the state. Read the report summary here or the full report below.