The Biden administration recently issued a proposed new rule to restrict the sale of “junk insurance” plans -- including short-term limited duration insurance and fixed indemnity policies -- which many people have mistaken for… Read more.
40 States In, 10 States to Go: Medicaid Expansion, A Critical Step to Closing the Health Coverage Gap
After what seemed to be endless years of legislative opposition, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper finally signed Medicaid Expansion into law on March 27, 2023. So, what does this mean for North Carolinians? An… Read more.
05.10.2023 / / Insights Column
From Amarillo, Texas to Your Medicine Cabinet – Extremist Judges Are Paving the Way for Religious Ideology not Science to Determine Your Family’s Access to Prescription Medications
In the last three weeks, ideological judges – from Texas all the way up to the Supreme Court --have been weighing in on a consequential decision by U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk in… Read more.
04.26.2023 / / Insights Column
Oral health is key to overall health and wellness, employment opportunities, economic stability, and social connectedness. Policymakers have the power--- and arguably the responsibility-- to enact policy changes that acknowledge this reality, but they… Read more.
04.07.2023 / / Insights Column
Protect Families’ Coverage When the Public Health Emergency Ends: A Health Advocate’s Survival Guide to Redeterminations
Millions of people are at risk of losing their health coverage in the coming months. Why? Because the Public Health Emergency (PHE) declaration that has guaranteed Medicaid coverage during the worst of the Covid-19… Read more.