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Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage: seven case studies from local and state health departments

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Authors and Corporations: Williams, Malcolm V. (Author)
Title: Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments Malcolm V. Williams, Laurie T. Martin, Courtney Armstrong, Nazleen Bharmal, Julia Joh Elligers, Laura Runnels, Kate Heyer, Christian Lopez
Language: English
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Santa Monica Rand Corporation 2016
Item Description: 1 Online-Ressource (92 pages)
ISBN: 9780833096258, 0833096257
DOI: 10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c
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contents The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) laid the groundwork for a substantial increase in the number of people who have access to health insurance through Medicaid expansion or health insurance marketplaces. This report summarizes seven case studies — Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin counties, Colorado; Tacoma-Pierce County, Washington; New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston, Massachusetts; West Virginia; Houston, Texas; and Illinois — that leverage local health department (LHD) efforts in ACA outreach and enrollment to facilitate knowledge transfer to other geographic regions. Potential LHD roles include serving as a coordinator for community activities, being a trusted source of health care information for consumers, and leveraging relationships with community partners to increase capacity for outreach and enrollment. Also, the case studies provide guidance and insight into the current role of LHDs, and help redefine that role in the future, as states continue to enroll residents in health insurance coverage
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spelling Williams, Malcolm V. VerfasserIn aut, Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments Malcolm V. Williams, Laurie T. Martin, Courtney Armstrong, Nazleen Bharmal, Julia Joh Elligers, Laura Runnels, Kate Heyer, Christian Lopez, Santa Monica Rand Corporation 2016, 1 Online-Ressource (92 pages), Text txt rdacontent, Computermedien c rdamedia, Online-Ressource cr rdacarrier, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) laid the groundwork for a substantial increase in the number of people who have access to health insurance through Medicaid expansion or health insurance marketplaces. This report summarizes seven case studies — Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin counties, Colorado; Tacoma-Pierce County, Washington; New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston, Massachusetts; West Virginia; Houston, Texas; and Illinois — that leverage local health department (LHD) efforts in ACA outreach and enrollment to facilitate knowledge transfer to other geographic regions. Potential LHD roles include serving as a coordinator for community activities, being a trusted source of health care information for consumers, and leveraging relationships with community partners to increase capacity for outreach and enrollment. Also, the case studies provide guidance and insight into the current role of LHDs, and help redefine that role in the future, as states continue to enroll residents in health insurance coverage, Health care reform United States States, Public health administration United States States, Health care reform, Public health administration, MEDICAL ; Public Health, Health care reform ; U.S. states, Public health administration ; U.S. states, United States, Electronic books, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c X:JSTOR Verlag Kostenfrei Volltext, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c X:JSTOR Verlag Kostenfrei, DE-L189 2020-02-07T13:51:41Z, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c DE-D117, DE-D117 2018-10-15T14:35:44Z, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c DE-540, DE-540 2019-04-04T10:19:56Z, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d9np9c LFER, LFER 2018-03-15T16:11:58Z
spellingShingle Williams, Malcolm V., Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage: seven case studies from local and state health departments, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) laid the groundwork for a substantial increase in the number of people who have access to health insurance through Medicaid expansion or health insurance marketplaces. This report summarizes seven case studies — Eagle, Garfield, and Pitkin counties, Colorado; Tacoma-Pierce County, Washington; New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston, Massachusetts; West Virginia; Houston, Texas; and Illinois — that leverage local health department (LHD) efforts in ACA outreach and enrollment to facilitate knowledge transfer to other geographic regions. Potential LHD roles include serving as a coordinator for community activities, being a trusted source of health care information for consumers, and leveraging relationships with community partners to increase capacity for outreach and enrollment. Also, the case studies provide guidance and insight into the current role of LHDs, and help redefine that role in the future, as states continue to enroll residents in health insurance coverage, Health care reform United States States, Public health administration United States States, Health care reform, Public health administration, MEDICAL ; Public Health, Health care reform ; U.S. states, Public health administration ; U.S. states, United States, Electronic books
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title Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage: seven case studies from local and state health departments
title_auth Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments
title_full Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments Malcolm V. Williams, Laurie T. Martin, Courtney Armstrong, Nazleen Bharmal, Julia Joh Elligers, Laura Runnels, Kate Heyer, Christian Lopez
title_fullStr Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments Malcolm V. Williams, Laurie T. Martin, Courtney Armstrong, Nazleen Bharmal, Julia Joh Elligers, Laura Runnels, Kate Heyer, Christian Lopez
title_full_unstemmed Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments Malcolm V. Williams, Laurie T. Martin, Courtney Armstrong, Nazleen Bharmal, Julia Joh Elligers, Laura Runnels, Kate Heyer, Christian Lopez
title_list_str Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage, seven case studies from local and state health departments
title_short Assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage
title_sort assessing the role of state and local public health in outreach and enrollment for expanded coverage seven case studies from local and state health departments
title_sub seven case studies from local and state health departments
topic Health care reform United States States, Public health administration United States States, Health care reform, Public health administration, MEDICAL ; Public Health, Health care reform ; U.S. states, Public health administration ; U.S. states, United States, Electronic books
topic_facet Health care reform, Public health administration, MEDICAL ; Public Health, Health care reform ; U.S. states, Public health administration ; U.S. states, United States, States, Electronic books
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