CHLPI works to integrate Food is Medicine services into health care delivery and financing at the federal- and state-levels
The Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School’s (CHLPI’s) Health Law and Policy Clinic (HLPC) is leading policy advocacy efforts to ensure that the care and treatment needs of low-income populations and those living with chronic conditions are met during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
CHLPI advocates for policy reforms that better support community-clinical partnerships.
CHLPI works to identify concrete ways that health care entities can participate in developing and implementing antiracist policies.
CHLPI works to strengthen Medicaid, Medicare, and private health insurance plans.
CHLPI has a special focus on infectious disease and access to health care services that promote public health in Massachusetts.
CHLPI advocates to strengthen and protect access to reproductive and sexual health care services.
CHLPI works to ensure that laws and policies are structured to protect the most vulnerable individuals and communities from undue risk of exposure to harmful substances.
he Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation’s (CHLPI’s) federal policy work focuses on systems-level change to improve access to care for people and families with low incomes.
CHLPI is working to make the promises of federal parity law real for those living with mental illness and other behavioral health needs.