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Several states will see major changes to the non-group market under ACA repeal, UMass Medical School expert says

Roughly one-sixth of the country lives in states that are likely to seek waivers under the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which could dramatically revamp the individual, or non-group, health insurance market, said UMass Medical School expert Terry Dougherty, MPH.

Community organizations critical to enrolling the uninsured in subsidized health insurance, UMass Medical School report says

Community-based organizations play a critical role in enrolling the remaining uninsured in publicly subsidized health insurance and promoting consumer self-sufficiency, according to a report authored by UMass Medical School and released by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation (BCBSMA Foundation).

UMass Medical School training community organizations to help consumers understand and use health insurance

UMass Medical School is training community organizations in an effort to improve consumer understanding of health insurance and increase self-sufficiency. The organizations are participating in  the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) Foundation’s Connecting Consumers with Care grant program.

Health care affordability still a challenge in Massachusetts, says report authored by UMass Medical School

Affordability of health care continues to be a challenge for many Massachusetts residents despite high rates of insurance coverage, according to a report co-authored by a team from UMass Medical School and commissioned by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) Foundation.

WBUR: UMass Medical School expert finds overall health care spending in Massachusetts is up 57 percent since state law took effect 10 years ago

A UMass Medical School health policy expert has found overall health care spending in Massachusetts has increased by 57 percent since the state’s health law took effect 10 years ago, according to an article about the law’s anniversary on WBUR’s CommonHealth.

Massachusetts' health reform law has prepared the state for additional innovations, says report authored by UMass Medical School health policy experts

Massachusetts’ health law laid the groundwork for improvements, but there are opportunities for further reform, particularly those related to cost, says a review authored by UMass Medical School health policy experts and released on the 10th anniversary of the health care law by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) Foundation. 

Autism expert to receive Federation for Children with Special Needs award for leadership in passing autism insurance legislation

Amy K. Weinstock, director of UMass Medical School’s Autism Insurance Resource Center, will be presented with the Martha Zeigler Founders Award during the Federation for Children with Special Needs’ annual gala at the Westin Waterfront Hotel in Boston May 13.

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