Amy Raslevich, M.P.P., M.B.A. is a PhD candidate whose research focuses on Medicaid equity. A Pitt Health Justice Scholar, she has 35 years of experience in healthcare, including with providers, payers, regulators, and legislators working in operational, analytic, and consulting roles. 

Authored by Amy Raslevich, M.P.P., M.B.A.

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Improving Health Equity in Medicaid: Data Needs, Challenges, and Opportunities

At the December meeting Harnessing Medicaid to Improve Health Equity: A Research and Policy Agenda, researchers, policy administrators, and other key stakeholders discussed the various data challenges that hamper progress toward health equity, and shared resources and approaches to improve data definitions, collection, and utilization.
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Advancing Health Equity through Medicaid: Opportunities for States’ Managed Care Plans

Our third post in the Health Equity Blog series summarizes a discussion by researchers and policy administrators outlining opportunities for states to further health equity through managed care organizations. Representatives from Michigan also shared their efforts to embed health equity throughout their state’s Medicaid program.