NJ Foundation Funds a Push For Equitable Medicaid Programs Nationally
State officials along with insurance and healthcare providers in New Jersey are joining forces to address the glaring racial disparities in the state’s maternal and infant care. They are part of a unique seven-state coalition focused on reducing various health inequities.
Facilitating those partnerships, the New Jersey-based Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will invest $3.4 million in the Advancing Health Equity Learning Collaborative, a multi-year initiative to unite public and private-sector healthcare entities around Medicaid reforms designed to plug gaps in care related to race, poverty and other factors.
Read more at NJ Spotlight.