Jesse Cross-Call is a Policy Analyst in the Health Policy division of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. In this role he examines issues related to the implementation of health reform and provides information and technical assistance to state and local officials, providers, and nonprofit organizations who are working on issues related to expanding coverage to the uninsured through Medicaid and the new health reform marketplaces.
Prior to joining the Center, Cross-Call served as chief of staff to Alaska’s Senate Majority Leader where he worked on the development of the state’s substance abuse treatment programs.
Cross-Call received his master’s in public administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, and a bachelor of arts in American History from Northwestern University.
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