HealthLeaders Media June 30, 2022
Eric Wicklund

The Association for Community Affiliated Plans, which represents 74 not-for-profit Safety Net Health Plans serving 22 million people across the country, is highlighting innovative research and programs aimed at addressing the non-clinical barriers to healthcare access and outcomes.

The Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) has launched a new resource aimed at helping not-for-profit Safety Net Health Plans understand and take on non-clinical challenges and barriers to healthcare access and outcomes.

The ACAP Center for Social Determinants of Health Innovation offers resources, including policy reports, research and educational events, to help the nation’s 74 health plans, who serve more than 22 million low-income people with complex healthcare needs through Medicare, Medicaid, marketplaces and other health coverage programs.

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