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Health Care Reform

Enacted on March 23, 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) (Pub.L. 111-148) is expected to expand health care coverage to an additional 32 million citizens and legal immigrants by 2019 through a combination of state-based private insurance exchanges and a Medicaid expansion. In addition, the new law includes a number of reforms to curb harmful insurance company practices as well as provisions to slow the growth of health care costs and improve quality of care.

Here you will find resources to better the different aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation including coverage, preventive services, integration and enrollment.

Mental Health America ACA Updates

Mental Health America Conference 2013

ACA Presentations

Breakout Session 4: Investing in "Upstream Services" - A Call for Prevention and Early Intervention

Breakout Session 9: Coverage - What Does a Model Coverage Package Look Like?

Breakout Session 11: Integration and Transformation - From Disease Management to Recovery and Wellness

Mental Health America ACA Webinars

Please visit our Webinar Page for the most recent presentations.


Resources on Medicaid Managed Care Services

On May 7th, 2012, Mental Health America staff and guest speakers presented a webinar on Medicaid Managed Care Contracting.  Materials for the webinar are below:

Health Care Reform Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to help advocates understand how the Affordable Care Act impacts the behavioral health community, and gives strategies for becoming involved in implementation activities in your state by engaging your legislators, Governor, mental health commissioner, and other key stakeholders.

Questions?

Please contact the MHA Public Policy & Advocacy Staff

2000 N. Beauregard Street,
6th Floor Alexandria, VA 22311

Phone (703) 684.7722

Toll Free (800) 969.6642

Fax (703) 684.5968

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