health policy issues

Health Policy Issues

As the leading advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, The Center for Health Affairs strives to keep the Northeast Ohio healthcare community on the leading edge of what’s happening with key health policy issues, such as Medicaid, medical liability and the uninsured.

This section of The Center's website breaks down these health policy issues and others into the following sections centered around each topic:

  • Issue Overview
  • Quick Facts
  • What The Center is Doing
  • Selected Readings
  • Other Websites 

For more information on these topics, contact us.

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