Many state legislatures are passing the midpoint for 2018 sessions, and trends are emerging in their efforts to tackle health care affordability and coverage. States are also reacting to federal activity around Medicaid and… Read more.
Just over a year ago, congressional Republican leadership began its all-out campaign on affordable and comprehensive health care—an effort that morphed and intensified through all of 2017. The unprecedented resistance and organizing against the… Read more.
One popular aspect of the Affordable Care Act is its requirement that all individual and small group health plans (for people who don’t have traditional job-based coverage) cover important health benefits like maternity, mental… Read more.
The budget agreement Congress passed in the wee hours of the morning includes more good news for the 9 million children who rely on the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for their health coverage.… Read more.
02.09.2018 / / Insights Column
HHS has issued its first two approvals for state Medicaid waivers that make a person's health coverage contingent on their work status. Kentucky and Indiana are the first states to get approval for waivers… Read more.