The July Health Affairs focuses on how Medicaid has reshaped care delivery and how it can leverage its influence as a dominant player to push additional reforms.
The July 2015 issue of the journal Health Affairs, supported by the California Health Care Foundation, explores the evolution of Medicaid from a program for vulnerable and underserved patients to the insurer for many middle-class workers and their families. As the program has changed, so too have the benefits and populations it covers.
Five articles that examine issues pertinent to California are available with a subscription through the links below to the Health Affairs site:
Health Affairs' July 8 release in Washington, DC, featured some of the authors and panels covering primary care, complex populations, and payment and coverage. See a recap of the briefing.