After almost 40 years under the existing Medicare waiver, and with healthcare reform underway nationally, Maryland healthcare policy leaders agreed to revise current incentives in favor of a population-based approach.
Category Archives: Policy
When the Maryland General Assembly passed HB 1101 in its 2013 legislative session, it made history by paving the way for the state’s first hospital-based medical marijuana program. Physicians have been an important impetus to bring this bill to fruition.
Rebecca Pearce, executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, talks about how Maryland Health Connection will change healthcare coverage for many, as well as its potential impact on physicians.
Maryland Physician attended the Maryland Patient Safety Center conference, which addressed the challenges healthcare providers face in keeping patients safe, as well as state and national initiatives to improve safety.
Carolyn Quattrocki leads the Governor’s Office of Health Care Reform, established to implement the ACA leading to the founding of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange. Understand the Exchange and the Office’s successes and challenges.
The only physician in the 188-member General Assembly, Delegate Dan Morhaim, M.D. discusses his views on addressing common health problems and their social causes.
By: Gene M. Ransom III The 2013 Maryland General Assembly has convened, and healthcare will remain a major issue considered by lawmakers. Implementation of federal healthcare reform remains a priority for the O’Malley Administration. However, little legislative action is required as most legislation implementing Health Care Reform passed two years ago. One piece, the creation […]
Maryland Physician Magazine recently interviewed Congressman Andy Harris, M.D., (R), a practicing anesthesiologist committed to healthcare issues
Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes discusses the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act plus physician availability and leadership opportunities.
Maryland Physician Magazine recently interviewed U.S. Senator Ben Cardin about the impact of the Supreme Court decision and his healthcare priorities for 2012/13.