America's Health Care Safety Net explains how competition and cost issues in today's health care marketplace are posing major challenges to continued access to care for America s poor and uninsured. At a time when policymakers and providers are urgently seeking guidance, the committee recommends concrete strategies for maintaining the viability of the safety net--with innovative approaches to building public attention, developing better tools for tracking the problem, and designing effective interventions. This book examines the health care safety net from the perspectives of key providers and the populations they serve, including:
Table of Contents
|1 Background and Overview||16-46|
|2 The Core Safety Net and the Safety Net System||47-80|
|3 Forces Affecting Safety Net Providers in a Changing Health Care Environment||81-131|
|4 How Safety Net Providers Are Adapting to the New Environment||132-158|
|5 The Impact of Change on Vulnerable Populations||159-179|
|6 Safety Net Populations with Special Health and Access Needs||180-204|
|7 Findings and Recommendations||205-218|
|Appendix A Committee Biographies||219-226|
|Appendix B Workshop Agenda||227-233|
|Appendix C Workshop Participants||234-242|
|Appendix D California Regional Meeting Agenda||243-243|
|Appendix E California Regional Meeting Participants||244-248|
|Appendix F New York Regional Meeting Agenda||249-252|
|Appendix G New York Regional Meeting Participants||253-257|
|Appendix H Rural Conference Call Participants||258-259|
|Appendix I Acronyms||260-262|
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