Foundation To Help States Expand Health Care Access
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has announced plans to help states implement provisions from the federal health reform law aimed at expanding health care access to uninsured populations. The foundation plans to provide technical assistance to help states set up health insurance exchanges, expand Medicaid and streamline eligibility and enrollment systems. The first 10 states that RWJF will target with the program are Alabama, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and Virginia.
- "RWJF To Help States Expand Coverage to Uninsured" (Vesely, Modern Healthcare, 5/7).