Author Archive for: Gia Gould
About Gia Gould
Gia Gould joined NASHP in April 2020 as a research analyst with the Emerging Policy Issues Team. She is involved with projects related to health system cost and coverage across Medicaid, CHIP, and state insurance market places. Prior to joining NASHP, Gia was clinical research assistant at Boston Children’s Hospital where she assisted a team of Neuropsychologists in the development of a cognitive test battery designed to provide accurate, developmentally appropriate, and affordable screening for children living in resource limited settings. She also worked as an intern at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ to develop a Patient Centered Medical Home for pediatric patients with high rates of Emergency Department utilization. Gia graduated from Middlebury College in 2019, where she was awarded a BA in Political Science and History.
Entries by Gia Gould
As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments today about the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the case of California vs. Texas, state-based health insurance marketplaces (SBMs) are actively connecting consumers to health insurance coverage during the annual open enrollment period that launched Nov. 1.
As the pandemic continues and more individuals lose jobs and health insurance, the demand for Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage is rising. Kentucky and Virginia – stripped of their traditional, in-person enrollment strategies – have adapted their outreach efforts to help make enrollment as easy as possible for adults and children to […]
As the COVID-19 public health emergency continues to destabilize the economy, more individuals are turning to their state Medicaid agencies for health coverage. To date, more than 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past 10 weeks, and with job losses many individuals will inevitably lose employer-based health coverage. Current projections show […]