This is a very, very busy time to work in the Medicaid world, and I’m deep in the last push for prepping ahead of redeterminations and ACO changes going into effect here in MA on April 1. Right now, work is just too intense for me to give the NNR the attention it needs.
So though I rarely do this, I’m going to take this week off and come back on Monday. Thank you for your patience while I get through a particularly rough crunch period at work.
Hi there! If you're reading this, you're probably wondering who I am and why you should listen to me. (It's a fair cop.) So here's a little about me:
I'm an advocate, educator, and activist with degrees in law and social work. By day, I help people access needed health care and health care coverage. By night, I fight crime--nah, just kidding; I write the NNR and related essays.
Why the NNR? Well, I want to do everything I can to help folks stay informed, connected, and empowered during this difficult time, and this project lets me put work I already do to good use. Plus, I get to snark about the news and current administration. Everyone wins!
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