Most everybody remembers the dramatic middle of the night vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act on July 28 of last year, punctuated by Senator John McCain’s thumbs-down on the Senate floor. And for anyone… Read more.
This originally appeared in Health Affairs There has been an important and ongoing effort over the past decade to address the manifest failures of our health care system by changing payment and provider organization… Read more.
07.24.2018 / / Insights Column
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a massive public health emergency facing the United States, costing tens of thousands of lives per year and touching every community. Over the past few months, Congress has prioritized… Read more.
07.06.2018 / / Insights Column
In Cynical Move, Kentucky Governor Bevin Cuts Vision and Dental Care to Retaliate Against Court’s Medicaid Ruling
Suppose you wanted to help a homeless veteran find a job, but the vet had some sore teeth and needed glasses. Wouldn’t it make sense to cover the oral health and vision care to… Read more.
07.03.2018 / / Insights Column
Budget Proposal Would Allow States To Drop Medicaid Transportation Benefits Across The Entire Program
Budget Proposal Would Allow States To Drop Medicaid Transportation Benefits Across The Entire Program Without Precedent The need for transportation among Medicaid enrollees is so widespread that ending Medicaid’s broad “assurance of transportation” would… Read more.