- States have much say in how health reform plays out, and they are in various degrees of understanding their role in the process. All of them will need to implement new programs that intertwine behavioral services with routine primary care.
- You can do the coolest program in the world, but if is not well evaluated, it will not change policy.
- With Massachusetts health reform, CHIPRA and the Affordable Care all mean that the system is vulnerable to change. These programs, properly evaluated, will be what informs the choices that lawmakers have to make over the next few years.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
November 23, 9:30-11am
The next CMHC Supporters Group Meeting will be on Tuesday, November 23 from 9:30-11am in the 9th Floor Conference Room at 30 Winter Street in Boston.
This will be an important meeting where we will finalize the Campaign's policy and advocacy agenda for the upcoming legislative session.
We need everyone's input and help to be successful.
Also, if you or your organization have legislative priorities or upcoming events you would like to share with the group, the November meeting is a great chance for this.
See you on November 23!