Eva Marie Stahl
As the New England Alliance for Children's Health Project Director, Eva works on federal and state policy issues related to children's health.
As the New England Alliance for Children's Health Project Director, Eva works on federal and state policy issues related to children's health. She was formerly a Policy Analyst at Community Catalyst where she conducted research and analysis on health policy at the state and national levels. In her current capacity, Eva continues to work on issues related to private insurance and Exchanges, Essential Health Benefits (EHB), legislative and legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act and health care workforce shortages. Additionally, she works closely with consumer advocacy groups to support their efforts to implement health reform on a state level.
Prior to joining Community Catalyst, Eva completed her Ph.D. in social policy at Brandeis University. During that time she worked for the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and for the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ). She holds a M.P.A. from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs and a BA from Colgate University.
Blog Post List
May 12, 2014
As mothers, we know that children need ongoing access to health insurance, ensuring that children can readily gain needed care when faced with injury or illness. Whether it’s allergy season, soccer season or flu season, children need uninterrupted access to care. Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provide continuous access to coverage and care year round for eligible children and families. There is no end date to staying healthy. Medicaid and CHIP are important pillars of our health care system. These programs keep families healthy by providing important health care...