Health Reform 2011: Where are we now
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presentations (communicative events)
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SubjectsMaryland's Health Care Reform Preparation Process
Maryland's Health Care Reform Modeling Tool
Maryland's Health Care Reform challenges and unresolved issues
Hilltop Deputy Director Michael Nolin participated in a panel discussion entitled Health Reform 2011: Where are we now? at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Public Administrators on March 14, 2011, in Baltimore, Maryland. In his presentation, which focused on Maryland’s reform efforts, Nolin gave an overview of Maryland’s reform preparation process and described the Maryland Health Care Reform Coordinating Council (HCRCC) and the work Hilltop performed as staff for the HCRCC; described Hilltop’s financial modeling tool that determined that Maryland could save $829 million in implementing federal health reform; and discussed the major health reform issues that remain unresolved.