Advocacy Capacity Assessment Instrument

Advocacy Capacity Assessment Instrument

Consumer Voices for Coverage Evaluation
Published: Jul 30, 2008
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research

Margaret Gerteis

Julia Coffman

Krisztina Marton

The capacity of consumer organizations to participate actively in state or federal debates on health insurance coverage reform will affect their success in shaping health coverage policy in ways favorable to consumers. Building and sustaining such capacity within strong, statewide networks of consumer organizations is the core strategy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Consumer Voices for Coverage (CVC) program, which began in 2008.

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