Charting the road to coverage. Enhancing value in health care.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is committed to ensuring everyone in America has quality, affordable health insurance and access to high-quality care. To support improvements to systems of care and coverage, the Foundation funds robust programs that provide expert technical assistance to states across the country.
 

Economic Impact of Medicaid

Check out our ongoing series of national and state-based reports, tools and presentations on the state economic impact of Medicaid.

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State Health Reform Assistance Network

The State Network supports states as they implement coverage provisions of the Affordable Care Act, giving more Americans access to quality, affordable health insurance.

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State Health and Value Strategies

State Health and Value Strategies (SHVS) supports states’ efforts as they work to improve population health and reform the delivery of health care services.

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Our Most Recent Work

January 30, 2017

New Issue Brief Highlights Opportunities for States to Protect Children from Lead

What does Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) funding have to do with lead abatement efforts? As outlined in a new brief released by SHVS, states have a valuable opportunity to leverage CHIP funding to protect low-income children from lead.
Apr 13, 2017 Webinar

Continued uncertainty surrounding federal legislative action affecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have led many states to reconsider the option of Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers. These waivers allow states broad flexibility to redesign the coverage provisions of the ACA according to certain statutory guidelines. Given the renewed interest in 1332 waivers, the State Network hosted a webinar for state officials featuring the experts at Manatt Health.
Apr 10, 2017 State Materials

As states seek to understand the impacts of proposed changes to Medicaid financing, comparative data on where states stand can be very valuable. The memos included here use state-specific data to analyze the impact of proposals to limit federal Medicaid funding on all 50 states and the District of Columbia.