State Innovations in Horizontal Integration

States are taking a wide range of approaches in leveraging the ACA’s enhanced federal funding opportunities to support a broader set of health and human services programs. A new paper from SIS and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities outlines examples of innovative state efforts to promote horizontal integration and examines common themes related to governance, business process reengineering, cost allocation and performance improvement.  learn more

Minding the Gap: ACA's Remaining Uninsured

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has already significantly reduced the number of uninsured people in the United States. While the number of newly insured is impressive and has far exceeded some initial projections for year one of the ACA, millions of people still remain without health coverage. Only by addressing the barriers to enrollment and the unintended and ingrained gaps in coverage can we make the ACA’s vision become a reality.  learn more 

 

 

ACA Spotlight: State Variation in Eligibility for Insurance Affordability Programs

The availability of insurance affordability programs – Medicaid, CHIP, and subsidies for Qualified Health Plans purchased through exchanges – varies depending on where you live. This ACA Spotlight illustrates the insurance affordability options that are available to individuals and families based on their income and state of residence.

ACA Spotlight

About the ACA Spotlight Series

The ACA Spotlight is an infographic series highlighting effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on individuals and families. Each Spotlight illustrates how ACA policies impact health insurance access and affordability through Medicaid, CHIP, and Qualified Health Plans and subsidies offered through health insurance exchanges.

 


 

 

 

 

In Memoriam - Andrew D. Hyman, JD

With the recent passing of Andy Hyman, SIS lost a board member, a friend, and a partner in the movement to improve health coverage for low-income Americans. Andy was a champion for the poor and underserved and, in the words of his colleagues at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, was a “warrior for a healthier, more equitable America.”  read more 

One-e-App in the Field: Broward County, Florida

The Broward Common Eligibility Collaborative implemented One-e-App to provide a comprehensive, one-stop application for multiple programs, making it easier for community members to gain access to needed services. To date, the Collaborative has used One-e-App to connect more than 3,400 people to a wide range of health, food, housing, income support, child care and other support programs.  learn more

Fresno HCAP leverages One-e-App

Fresno Healthy Communities Access Partners’ innovative mindset leads to leveraging One-e-App to connect Fresno’s underserved population.  learn more •

 

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