Tag Archives: Massachusetts

Risk adjustment in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Medical Society has published two papers on risk adjustment:

The papers provide an overview of risk adjustment and where it fits in health reform while offering practical suggestions for using risk adjustment in Massachusetts.

Collegial care

We’ve blogged before about the effort to ensure young Americans have health insurance, looking to the passage of Michelle’s Law in 2008, which extends coverage to college students. (And, tangentially related, we have offered analysis of the efforts to provide “young invincible” coverage.)

Now Massachussets is considering a bill that would tax universities $1 per day for any students who lack health insurance.