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Marianne Udow-Phillips

Lecturer in Public Policy
Udow-Phillips provides strategic consulting and mentorship to advance social justice, improve population health and strengthen the effectiveness of health, public health and mental health systems.
In the Media

Udow-Phillips: COVID-19 surge related to youth sports

Apr 6, 2021 NBC News
“It’s not happening on the field,” Marianne Udow-Phillips said. “It’s happening in transit and afterward, when people are getting together and eating and not wearing masks. It’s happening at parties and where people are socializing.” Read the NBC...
In the Media

Udow-Phillips outlines Biden's healthcare priorities

Nov 6, 2020 U.S. News & World Report
"Joe Biden was squarely in the camp of building on the Affordable Care Act," Udow-Phillips said. "His proposals for health care reform do speak to making health care more affordable, by building on the health insurance exchanges." Read the full...

The Longview: Reflections on the ACA at 10

Jul 27, 2020
By Marianne Udow-Phillips, Founding Executive Director, Center for Health and Research Transformation This article was originally published by Findings Magazine on July 16, 2020 The framers of the Affordable Care Act—or the ACA—can be proud of...
News

Shaefer warns of Medicaid work requirement risks

Jul 17, 2019
Michigan is set to implement Medicaid work requirements in 2020. But Luke Shaefer, professor of public policy and director of Poverty Solutions, warns that the requirement could lead to health coverage losses and an administrative burden on the...

Health Care Reform in the 111th Congress

Feb 16, 2009, 1:00-2:30 pm EST
University of Michigan School of Public Health
Please Join U.S. Representative John Dingell to Discuss Health Care Reform in the 111th Congress
Ford School

Health care reform: Proposals, politics, and prospects panel

Oct 15, 2009 1:22:47

James House, Matthew Davis, John Kingdon, Catherine McLaughlin, David Mechanic, and Marianne Udow-Phillips discuss what is needed in health care reform, why it has and continues to be difficult and the prospects for health care reform.