Increasing Access to Healthcare

4 April 2015
A focus on the uninsured population in the State of Maryland.

This paper examines the problem of the uninsured in the State of Maryland with a critical eye on the total health care delivery system, its components, and how the system might be improved to increase access to care. Includes state agencies, budgets, managed care organizations and providers.
“The Secretary of The Department of Health and Hygiene is an appointee of Governor Parris Glendening and maintains oversight of three (3) state agencies that are responsible for planning and implementing the state’s public health programs. The agencies: Health Care Financing, Operations, and Public Health Services coordinate resources to provide a delivery system of health care services to citizens throughout the state. The Secretary reports to the governor and makes policy recommendations on issues affecting public health and welfare, health care reform, industry legislation and regulation.”
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