The Kaiser Family Foundation Expansion Of Postpartum Medicaid Coverage

1.Think tanks propose political solutions, often affirming the pathways that Stachiowak describes. Please skim your assigned think tank (links provided in Preparation Material). Find a link to its “papers”, “reports”, or briefs”. Select to read a policy or diplomacy proposal that most interests you.

2.Brief the class of the proposal you studied: a) What solution is the think tank advocating for what problem? b) On which of the ten pathway does the proposal walk you? c) What lesson did you draw?

3.Your post should be approximately 300 words. Make sure you write a subject line that identifies the Stachiowak path


Material Link: The Kaiser Family Foundation

Founded in 1948, the Kaiser Family Foundation (Menlo Park, CA) focuses on major healthcare issues in the US and, to a lesser extent, the world. Over the years, it has become a must-read for healthcare devotees and a quality non-partisan source for up-to-date and accurate information on health policy. The Foundation regularly releases facts, polls, and analyses that are in turn used by the media, policymakers, the healthcare community, and the general public. Specific research programs include disparities policy, global health policy, health costs, health reform, HIV/AIDS, Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, the uninsured, and women’s health policy. Despite an original association, the Foundation is no longer affiliated with Kaiser Permanente or Kaiser Industries.

Political Orientation: Independent

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Monthly Traffic: 182K

Monetary Value of Monthly Traffic: $356,000

Average Yearly Revenue: $127 million

Average Media References per Year (by Others): 874

2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report Rankings: None

Notable Figures: Drew Altman, Diane Rowland, Mollyann Brodie

More information visit “The Fifty Most Influential Think Tanks in the United States”.

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