Thanks to funding from the Blue Shield of California Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, JHPPL will publish essays under a new section focused on state level implementation of the ACA. All essays in the section will be published open access.
John McDonough. Wyden’s Waiver: State Innovation on Steroids. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.
Karen Hacker, Palmira Santos, Douglas Thompson, Somava S. Stout, Adriana Bearse, Robert E. Mechanic. Early Experience of a Safety-Net Provider Reorganizing into an Accountable Care Organization. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.
Dylan H. Roby, Ken Jacobs, Alex E. Kertzner, Gerald F. Kominski. The California Health Policy Research Program — Supporting Policy Making through Evidence and Responsive Research. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.
Nicholas Bagley and Helen Levy. Essential Health Benefits and the Affordable Care Act: Law and Process.
Andrea Campbell and Peter V. Long. JHPPL workshop on Medicaid fiscal and governance issues: objectives and themes.
David J. Heller, Catherine Hoffman, Andrew Bindman. Supporting the Needs of State Health Policy Makers through University Partnerships.
Heather Howard and Chad Shearer. State Efforts to Promote Continuity of Coverage and Care under the Affordable Care Act.
Lawrence Jacobs and Timothy Callaghan.Why States Expand Medicaid: Party, Resources, and History.
David K. Jones, Katharine W.V. Bradley, Jonathan Oberlander. Pascal's Wager: Health Insurance Exchanges, Obamacare, and the Republican Dilemma
Howard Kahn. What Changes Are Needed to Enable the Safety Net to Become a Provider of Choice? And How Does It Get Done? Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.
Julia Murphy et al. Safety Net Integration: A Shared Strategy for Becoming Providers of Choice. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.