Blueprint for Universal Coverage: Publications

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Building a More Effective Health Care System for Every New Yorker

Publication Date: 12.07.2016

This year’s annual report focuses on how UHF’s initiatives are addressing the challenges of a changing health care landscape and having a real impact on the quality, accessibility, affordability, and patient experience of health care.

"Revisioning" Medicaid as Part of New York's Coverage Continuum

Publication Date: 01.07.2011
Author: Deborah Bachrach, Patricia Boozang, Melinda Dutton, and Danielle Holahan

Federal health care reform and new state Medicaid administration legislation can help New York achieve a radically streamlined, consumer-friendly eligibility and enrollment process for Medicaid and subsidized coverage options in the Exchange.  This report details the challenges of achieving that goal.

A Multipayer Approach to Health Care Reform

Publication Date: 11.11.2010
Author: Sean Cavanaugh and Gregory Burke

This Fund report assesses the opportunities and challenges for multipayer collaborations to be critical agents of reform in health care delivery.

Enrolling Childless Adults in Medicaid

Publication Date: 10.11.2010
Author: Danielle Holahan

A Medicaid Institute report outlining health care reform's opportunities and incentives for states to extend Medicaid eligibility to more childless adults. New York's experience with this population is relevant to other states that will extend eligibility to it for the first time. The Affordable Care Act's significant financial incentives and new opportunities to streamline enrollment may also help New York meet its own enrollment challenges.

Measuring Coverage for Seniors in Medicare Part A and Estimating the Cost of Making It Universal

Publication Date: 02.22.2010
Author: Michael Birnbaum and Elizabeth M. Patchias

In 2005, 1.6 million seniors—or 5 percent of the elderly U.S. population—were without a full federal Medicare Part A premium subsidy.

"Mutual Responsibility": A Study of Uninsured Immigrants' Perspectives on Health Insurance in New York City

Publication Date: 02.11.2010
Author: Maysoun Freij, Jenny Rejeske, Adam Gurvitch, Amanda Ferrandino, and Linda Weiss

This report describes the results of a study conducted by the New York Immigration Coalition, with grant support from the Fund, that explored the barriers to maintaining health insurance faced by immigrants in New York.

New York State and the Emerging Federal Health Care Reform Blueprint

Publication Date: 01.26.2010
Author: Danielle Holahan and Peter Newell

This report, prepared in anticipation of federal health care reform, examines how key reform issues present important new policy considerations for New York.

Blueprint, Fall 2009

Publication Date: 12.07.2009
The latest issue of Blueprint presents an overview of the critical issue of expanding insurance coverage, commentary by Jim Tallon on the crisis in health care, and a host of features on Fund initiatives and events.

Blueprint, Summer 2009

Publication Date: 07.29.2009
This issue of the Fund's newsletter spotlights the Fund's comprehensive new look at the state of New York's insurance market, a "culture-changing" program helping two hospitals encourage breastfeeding, updates on other Fund initiatives, and more.

A Blueprint for Universal Health Insurance Coverage in New York

Publication Date: 12.17.2006
Author: Danielle Holahan, Elise Hubert, and Cathy Schoen

The first comprehensive analysis of the elements needed for universal health insurance in New York State, this major new Fund publication presents the costs and benefits of several model strategies for covering almost all of the State's uninsured and creating a more stable, affordable system for all.

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