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Jill Rosenthal, who co-authored the NASHP report, says only seven of the 22 states with mandatory reporting systems release information about specific incidents and where they took place.
NASHP researchers surveyed error reporting programs in 19 of the 21 states to see if there was any indication that reporting or disclosure of errors increased exposure to liability.
QARI was a collaborative effort of HCFA, the States, the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), the managed-care industry, and advocacy groups.
In February 1993, three States-Minnesota, Washington, and Ohio-entered into a 2-year NASHP demonstration funded by the Henry J.
Nearly 80 bills have been introduced in 30 states to tackle prescription drug costs, according to the ( National Academy For State Health Policy (NASHP) .
Through the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA), over half of states, including West Virginia, expanded Medicaid in 2014 to nonelderly individuals with incomes below 133 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) (NASHP 2014); since then, states have continued to show interest in reforms aimed at controlling costs and improving health, often through waivers that experiment with design features.
It is being managed by the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP).
HCFA's Medicaid Bureau staff initiated QARI by authorizing NASHP to convene a work group of medical directors from managed-care plans in order to evaluate a compilation of existing quality standards and propose a uniform set of guidelines for managed-care plans contracting with the Medicaid program.
In addition to AcademyHealth's SCI, the Foundation supports the University of Minnesota's State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC), designed to provide technical assistance to states in the use state and national data to monitor health insurance coverage, and the National Academy of State Health Policy (NASHP), which has a long-standing reputation of working with states on Medicaid, SCHIP and other coverage initiatives.
A comparison of survey and administrative data by the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) revealed that many people who were dropped because they did not pay premiums or renew their eligibility were in fact no longer eligible because of changes in family size or income (Pernice et al.