2015 E-News Archive

January 6, 2015: New Brief: Transforming the Workforce to Provide Better Chronic Care
January 13, 2015: Snapshot of Governors’ Views on Extending CHIP
January 20, 2015: Updates to Children’s Coverage and Health Reform Implementation Toolbox
January 27, 2015: New Brief: Yamhill (OR) Community Care Organization’s Community HUB
February 3, 2015: New Report: 27 States and DC Remain on Cutting Edge of Patient Safety
February 10, 2015: New Brief: The Role of Local Care Coordinators at CareFirst
February 17, 2015: NASHP Releases Snapshot of State of the State Addresses
March 3, 2015: King v. Burwell Oral Arguments Begin Tomorrow
March 10, 2015: State Health Policy Grant Recipients Announced
March 17, 2015: New Brief Outlines State Options Pending Supreme Court Ruling
March 25, 2015: New Brief: Advancing a Culture of Health: Governors Weigh In
March 31, 2015: New Blog: Traveling Medical Home Team Brings Multi-Disciplinary Services to Remote Tasmania
April 7, 2015: Do You Know When Your State’s CHIP Funding Will Run Out?
April 14, 2015: Could Federal CHIP Funding Be Extended This Week?
April 21, 2015: New Infographic: Oral Health by the Numbers
April 28, 2015: New Blog: Shaking Up the Delivery of Traditional Mental Health Services
May 5, 2015: New Blog: States Use Technology to Go the Distance for Rural Populations
May 12, 2015: New Map: State Community Health Worker Models
May 19, 2015: NASHP Welcomes New Academy Members
May 26, 2015: New Blog: Four Tips from States on Integrating Maternal and Child Health Data Systems
June 2, 2015: Oregon’s Health Share Targets Patients With Complex Mental Illnesses
June 10, 2015: Upcoming Webinars: Understanding the Uninsured Now, A Study of One State’s Approach to Achieving Multi-Payer Reform
June 16, 2015: Decision Time: What Will King v. Burwell Mean for States?
June 23, 2015: Join our State-Only Summit: Next Steps After King v. Burwell
June 30, 2015: What Governors Are Saying About King v. Burwell
July 7, 2015: Have you registered for our state-only call happening this Thursday?
July 14, 2015: Adult Dental Benefits in Medicaid: Recent Experiences from Seven States
July 21, 2015: New Issue Brief – State Enrollment Experience: Implementing Health Coverage Eligibility and Enrollment Systems Under the ACA
July 28, 2015: New Brief – Promising Practices in Reaching, Enrolling, and Retaining Children in Coverage During Early ACA Implementation
August 5, 2015: State Health Employee Scholarship Opportunities
August 11, 2015: Bright Futures Guidelines and Plenary Session Just Announced
August 18, 2015: New Brief: Determining the Impact of State Demonstrations: Considerations for State and Federal Policymakers
August 25, 2015: New Blog: Five Strategies for More Effective Assessments of State Demonstrations
September 1, 2015: Updated Medicaid Expansion Map
September 8, 2015: New Learning Collaborative Opportunity
From Engagement to Evidence: Using PCOR and CER to Inform State Policymaking
September 15, 2015: New Blog Looks at Alternative Payment Model in Oregon
September 22, 2015: State-by-state Chart on Nation’s Uninsured Rates
September 29, 2015: New Brief: A Closer Look at the Oversight of State-based Marketplaces
October 6, 2015: Blog: State Marketplaces’ Proof is in their Performance at Congressional Oversight Hearing
October 13, 2015: New Brief on Defining Medical Necessity, Lowering Costs in Oregon and Conference App
October 27, 2015: Conference Recap and New Webinars Announced
November 3, 2015: Health Centers’ Role in the ACA, New Webinars Announced
November 10, 2015: New Telemedicine Brief, Open Enrollment Blogs, and Webinar Announcements
November 17, 2015: New Toolkit on Health Coverage and Justice-Involved Individuals
November 24, 2015: Brief on Gobeille v. Liberty Mutual, Blogs on SBM & Behavioral Health
December 1, 2015: Supreme Court Case & New Dental Brief
December 8, 2015: New brief on CHWs, update on SBM enrollment and more
December 15, 2015: New blogs on Section 1332 Waivers and roles for state agencies in PCMH Payment Reform
December 22, 2015: Medicaid expansion and 2015 in review

2014 E-News Archive