Areas of Expertise: Health
Solomon is Vice President for Health Policy at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, where she focuses on Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program and issues related to the implementation of health reform, particularly policies to make coverage available and affordable for low-income people.
She has testified before state legislatures and spoken extensively to national and state nonprofit groups and is often cited by national and state media, including the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
Previously, Solomon was a Senior Policy Fellow at Connecticut Voices for Children and Executive Director of the Children’s Health Council. She directed the Council’s work on policy analysis, outreach, education and training, and independent oversight of health care services provided through Connecticut’s Medicaid managed care program.
She has also worked as a legal services attorney specializing in the area of public benefits and taught at the Yale University School of Medicine.
Solomon is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and Rutgers University School of Law in Newark.
- Moving “Dual Eligibles” Into Mandatory Managed Care and Capping Their Federal Funding Would Risk Significant Harm to Poor Seniors and People With Disabilities
- Health Reform Law Makes Clear That Subsidies Will Be Available in States with Federally Operated Exchanges
- House Legislation Would Cause 350,000 People to Forgo Health Coverage and Could Jeopardize Health Reform
- Provision in House Reconciliation Bill Would Cause 350,000 People to Forgo Health Coverage and Could Jeopardize Health Reform
- Letter: Improving the Strength and Solvency of Medicare