Margaret Murray
Margaret Murray is the CEO of the Association for Community Affiliated Plans, based in Washington, D.C.
Opinion: Trump’s Insurance Changes Will Undermine Coverage
Sadly, President Trump has issued an executive order to expand these plans under the guise of consumer choice and lower costs.
New president new path forward for managed care plans
In the aftermath of the presidential election, health policy experts have less to go on than they have after any election in memory.
Health plans share best practices to combat opioid abuse
The Association for Community Affiliated Plans recently convened 13 plans to take on together the issue of prescription drug abuse.
Stabilize dual eligible pay
An ongoing challenge particular to plans serving duals is a gap between the plans’ reimbursement rates and the health status of the populations they serve.
Basic Health Plan draws lives to managed care
Basic Health Program could broaden available coverage options for the poor.
Medicaid health plans are critical to covering the uninsured
The important role of Medicaid health plans in states where landmark healthcare reform efforts are under way is highlighted in a new report, Medicaid Health Plans: A Turnkey Solution for Expanding Health Insurance Coverage for the Uninsured. Sponsored by the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP), the report focuses on health plans in California and Massachusetts – two states breaking ground in expanding coverage to uninsured residents.