Massachusetts Health Policy Student Forum: January 7-8, 2014
1. Summary of Chapter 224 of the Acts of 2012
2. State Exchange Profiles: Massachusetts
3. Medical Group Responses to Global Payment: Early Lessons From the Alternative Quality Contract in MA
4. Private-Payer Innovation in Massachusetts: The Alternative Quality Contract
5. Health Care Costs and Spending in Massachusetts: A Review of the Evidence
6. Lessons from the Implementation of MASSACHUSETTS HEALTH REFORM
7. Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Strategies for Successful State Implementation of the Affordable Care Act
2014 Forum Speaker Biographies:
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Speaker Presentations and references from our 2014 Forum:Ashley Hague
The Massachusetts Health Policy Forum (MHPF) located at The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University was created in 1998 to bring public and private health care leaders together to engage in focused discussion on critical health policy challenges facing the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Forum organizes an annual student forum designed to give advanced graduate students in public health, medicine and health policy direct access to the workings of state government. Students have an opportunity to meet with the senior legislative and state administrative officials to discuss the operations and responsibilities of state government. This is generally done in the context of pressing contemporary issues.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Forum is supported by grants from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. The Forum is also part of the The National State Health Policy Institutes Collaborative a national network of nonpartisan health policy organizations.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Student Forums are sponsored by the participating schools: Boston University School of Medicine
Boston University School of Public Health
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University
Simmons School of Management
Tufts University School of Medicine
UMass Boston, College of Nursing and Health Sciences
UMass Medical School and Commonwealth Medicine
UMass School of Public Health and Health Sciences
Who Should Apply:
Applications from advanced graduate students in public health, medicine and health policy are accepted by partcipating school representatives: