Building the Evidence base

Paula Lantz and co-authors published research estimating what cost savings could be achieved if a "Pay for Success" (PFS) financing model were applied to a home-based, multi-component asthma intervention among low-income children on Medicaid in Detroit. They found that the economics of a PFS intervention are most viable if it targets children who have already experienced an expensive episode of asthma-related care.

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LIHTC

The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program is the nation's single most important source for building and preserving safe and decent affordable rental housing. It is also a potentially powerful tool for improving the health and well-being of low-income families.