Health Care Reform Implementation Task Force

Fairfax County's Health Care Reform Implementation Task Force envisions an integrated, effective health care delivery system that provides appropriate and affordable health care in the Fairfax community.

In November 2012, the Task Force published an Action Plan that addresses key issues related to the Affordable Care Act including the expansion of Medicaid, the establishment of a Virginia Health Insurance Exchange, and the county's safety net system. Following extensive research, the Task Force recommended strategies that cover several areas:

  • Organizational Alignment
  • Service Integration Efforts
  • Revenue Strategies and Policies
  • Information Technology Supports
  • Enrollment and Access Business Practice Strategies
  • Leadership and Governance Options
  • Evaluation and Planning
In 2013, the Health Care Refrom Task Force evolved into the Fairfax County Health Collaborative.

2015 Goals

Core Goal Areas:

  • Public/Community Safety Net Service Integration
  • Revenue Strategies and Policies
  • Information Management and Data Sharing
  • Leadership and Stewardship
  • Evaluation and Planning

Guiding Principles:

  • Support Individual Responsibility
  • Seek System Integration/Optimization
  • Pursue Sustainable System Financing
  • Ensure Accountability, Transparency, and Improvement
  • Pursue Advocacy and Stewardship Consistent with County’s Mission


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Fairfax County's Health Care Reform Implementation Task ForcePDFwas established on on December 2, 2010. Its purpose was to study the provisions of the Affordable Care Act and analyze the operational impact of the legislation's various requirements.

The Task Force was asked to recommend strategies for implementation in the Fairfax community to include policy decisions related to future structuring of safety net services; incorporating analysis of existing, revised and new health insurance coverage opportunities; and implement and operate approved and agreed upon actions.

The Task Force met for the first time in January 2011. George Mason University's Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics served as a consultant to the Task Force, conducting research and synthesizing information. In addition, staff from several Fairfax County agencies and various community organizations contributed to the initial findings. View resources.PDF

Following completion of its initial objectives, the Task Force was renamed in the fall of 2012. Now called the Fairfax Community Health Collaborative, members will begin to implement, administer, and evaluate the recommended actions recommended in the coming years.


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