Medicaid / MassHealth - Enrollment

MassHealth continues to tweak its sweeping Accountable Care Organization (ACO) program that went live in March.
As of March 1, 2018, approximately 1.2 million MassHealth managed-care members will have a new set of plan options in which to enroll.
The MassHealth Accountable Care Organization (ACO) program begins on Thursday, March 1.
Last Wednesday, Governor Charlie Baker released a $40.9 billion FY19 state budget proposal.
The MassHealth Accountable Care Organization (ACO) program is set to go live March 1, 2018.
Governor Charlie Baker on Wednesday signed off on half of his plan to address growing costs in the state’s healthcare system.
Early on Friday morning the U.S. Senate voted down the latest effort – termed “skinny repeal” – to dramatically alter the Affordable Care Act.
Governor Baker’s MassHealth reform package, which he coupled with an increase in the per-worker assessment employers pay, suffered a setback last week.
The Congressional Budget Office and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation on Wednesday released their latest estimate of what would result from an ACA repeal.

Resources

Click on the links below for easy access to important information related to state healthcare issues and advocacy.
Visit the Commonwealth of Massachusetts websites below to find information on legislative hearings and other meetings of interest to the healthcare community.
To guide your navigation of the legislative process and assist your advocacy efforts, please visit the following state websites:
MHA has also developed the following documents for your information and benefit: