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 at no charge 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.