Administrative Issues in Expanding Access to Health Care

Recommendations of a NAPA/NASI study panel.

    • July 20, 2009

No matter which health care reform plan you favor, government’s ability to administer the plan effectively will be critical to its success.

An event held Monday, July 20, explored a new joint report of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Insurance that provides an essential guide for legislators and policy-makers throughout government, as they shape legislation and develop the administrative mechanisms to get the job done.

 

Expanding Health Care Access

Expanding Health Care Access

Expanding Health Care Access

July 2009 recommendations of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Insurance provide a guide for legislators and policy-makers as they shape legislation and develop the administrative mechanisms of health reform.

July 2009 recommendations of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Insurance provide a guide for legislators and policy-makers as they shape legislation and develop the administrative mechanisms of health reform.

Expanding Health Care Access

July 2009 recommendations of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Insurance provide a guide for legislators and policy-makers as they shape legislation and develop the administrative mechanisms of health reform.