Implementing and Administering Health Care Reform: Issues and Options for State Executives
An examination of the major decisions states face in designing health reforms, as well as their capacity to implement them. The analysis identified a core set of five functions that need to be addressed by states under either national or state initiated health care reforms: 1) getting started; 2) establishing and operating purchasing groups; 3) certifying and monitoring health plans; 4) integrating public programs; and 5) paying for implementation of reform, including capacity building.
- Report: Implementing Health Care Reform: Issues and Options for State Executives
also of interest
- Wisconsin’s BadgerCare Program and the ACA
- Where are States Today? Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility Levels for Children and Non-Disabled Adults as of January 1, 2014
- Characteristics of Poor Uninsured Adults who Fall into the Coverage Gap
- The Uninsured: A Primer - Key Facts about Health Insurance on the Eve of Coverage Expansions