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State Refor(u)m is an online network for health reform implementation. It is an initiative of the National Academy for State Health Policy, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. State Refor(u)m connects state health officials looking for information and assistance with their peers and other experts who have relevant resources and experiences to share. Join one of our discussions to hear from your peers and share successes, challenges, and lessons learned. Join a discussion now.

I am a public school teacher. would like to enroll health insurance for my spouse but it will deduct from my pay check to high. I am looking for other options
(Last Updated 2016-09-24 11:29:57)
The ultimate goal of health care is to improve and maintain people’s health and functional status. Population health goals are best attained through the coordinated efforts of the public health and personal health systems. The prevention and public health components of the ACA represent a fundamental shift from public health as an afterthought, subject to […]
(Last Updated 2016-08-30 16:49:47)
Community Health Workers (CHWs) are increasingly involved in efforts to improve health by addressing social determinants, and many Medicaid managed care participants benefit from their services, according to a new article from Pew. How do CHWs fit with your state’s health system transformation and health equity efforts?
(Last Updated 2016-07-08 15:16:48)
The National Center for Healthy Housing surveyed states to see how they finance home-based asthma services and lead poisoning follow-up. According to the report, some state Medicaid programs reimburse for asthma services and lead follow-up provided by community health workers (CHWs). How does your Medicaid program address housing-related illnesses? Are CHWs involved in your state’s […]
(Last Updated 2016-06-30 15:09:18)
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State Refor(u)m is an online network for health reform implementation. It is an initiative of the National Academy for State Health Policy, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The site connects state health officials looking for information and assistance with their peers and other experts who have relevant resources and experiences to share.