What Federal Health Care Reform Legislation Means to States
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Charles Milligan was one of three experts who spoke at the UMBC Public Policy Forum entitled Health Care Reform: What Will It Mean to Maryland?, held October 22, 2010, in Baltimore, Maryland. In his presentation, entitled What Federal Health Care Reform Legislation Means to States, Milligan gave an overview of the new federal health reform legislation, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and discussed its implications for states regarding Medicaid; exchanges; insurance-related issues; information technology; long-term services and supports; workforce issues; and preventive services and public health.