Dan Meuse serves as the deputy director for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Advancing Coverage in States and State Health and Value Strategies programs. In this role he manages and coordinates technical assistance provided to states and advises states on Affordable Care Act implementation activities. Dan also serves as a Lecturer in Public Affairs at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School.

Dan was deeply involved in ACA implementation at the state level as Deputy Chief of Staff for Rhode Island’s Lieutenant Governor. He was the principle subject matter expert for the Rhode Island Healthcare Reform Commission on Health Insurance Exchange policy and delivery system and payment reform through mid-2014. He also served as the State Innovation Model (SIM) project director for Rhode Island’s Model Design project and led the Exchange’s stakeholder engagement efforts.

Dan received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Providence College.

Recent Posts by Dan Meuse

How States Are Addressing Uncertainty With 1332 Waivers

Even with new encouragement from the Trump administration, states that want to develop a reinsurance plan for the 2018 plan year will need to act fast.

State Interest In 1332 Waivers Gaining Steam

In just the past few weeks, there have been interesting new developments on the 1332 waiver front.

New Section 1332 Guidance A Mixed Bag For States

In December, HHS and Treasury released new guidance on how the agencies will evaluate state applications for the ACA’s Section 1332 State Innovation Waivers. For states, it turned out to be a classic example of “be careful what you wish for,” as the the new guidance considerably limits their...