A report funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, as part of its Affordable Care Act (ACA) Implementation-Monitoring and Tracking Series, examines Maryland’s considerable progress toward implementing health care reform through the ACA.
The report’s authors from the Urban Institute find that while much work remains, a combination of strong leadership, inclusive planning and deliberate but aggressive action by committed state officials and system stakeholders has permitted Maryland to make significant strides in designing its reformed health care system.
The authors point to a number of success factors that have helped Maryland officials to date, including the following:
This report is one of 10 state case study analyses that will be completed in 2012.
A collection of reports and briefs that examine trends and issues related to implementing the broad market reforms outlined in the Affordable Care Act.About this series