MassHealth cares for more than half of state residents with disabilities and has increased its per capita spending one percent over the past five years, according to a Health Care For All blog post about charts created by UMass Medical School.
Who We Are
The Center for Health Law and Economics at UMass Medical School is a sought-after partner among public agencies and foundations striving for health care system improvement and health policy analysis.
Our purpose -- to enrich and develop reform ideas and policies that enhance the coverage, quality, and affordability of care for vulnerable populations -- drives our work:
We help health policy leaders transform ideas into reality. We craft inventive and sustainable solutions to systemic challenges. We are committed to creating a health care system that works for everyone.
Our Core Competencies
Interdisciplinary Approach - We integrate our expertise in health law, policy and economics to provide our public and private clients robust solutions, recommendations and program development services needed for a complex healthcare environment.
Projects and Publications
May 29, 2014
The Center for Health Law and Economics team of Carol Gyurina, Kate Russell, and Robert Seifert were invited by theMassachusetts Medicaid Policy Institute to deliver two webinars and a presentation called MassHealth: The Basics – Facts, Trends, and National Context.