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What They're Watching: Randi Anderson

Emily Boerger | Apr 17, 2020 | Alaska

What They're Watching: Gennifer Moreau, DHSS

Emily Boerger | Nov 18, 2019 | Alaska

Gennifer Moreau is the Director of the DHSS Division of Behavioral Health. She joins us in this edition of "What They're Watching" to discuss Alaska’s Section 1115 waiver and behavioral health reform in the state.     “I am spending most of my time on the Section 1115 waiver demonstration...[ Read More ]

5 Things California: Cynthia Buiza, Plan-Provider Relations, Scott Christman

| Sep 4, 2019 | California

This is the last 5 Things newsletter you'll get from me before our 2019 Los Angeles State of Reform Health Policy Conference on September 18th. And, because the topics we watch for this newsletter are also often the topics teed up at State of Reform, I wanted to feature a few of...[ Read More ]

2019 Utah State of Reform Morning Keynote: Oregon’s Approach to Reforming Medicaid

Emily Boerger | Apr 26, 2019 | Utah

John Kitzhaber, MD, is the former governor of the State of Oregon. He joined us as our morning keynote at the 2019 Utah State of Reform Health Policy Conference. While governor, Kitzhaber instituted a number of reforms of Oregon Medicaid, positioning the state as a national leader on balancing cost,...[ Read More ]

Podcast: A conversation with Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler

| Mar 13, 2018 | Washington

Mike Kreidler is the most senior insurance commissioner in the United States, and is one of the most senior, most well-regarded health policy leaders of any state in the country. He joined us for a one-on-one discussion with DJ Wilson to talk though the state of health policy in 2018,...[ Read More ]

Backlash against Premera on lobbying | Health care leaders get new positions | Obama delays again

| Mar 11, 2014

The legislative session is set to conclude this Thursday, though today is the day the budget compromise should be agreed to in order to conclude on time.  But, on health care, it's been a relatively tame session. That's given us time to keep an eye on the media, on the...[ Read More ]

The Latest From The Supreme Court

DJ Wilson | Jun 25, 2012

Today, the Supreme Court took no action on health care and made no reference to the Affordable Care Act.  The tea leaves left for us, however, are considerable. The Court announced that it would sit again to deliver opinions on Thursday, a day heretofore not listed as a day of...[ Read More ]