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Insights Column 03.25.2019

Medicaid Plans Under Scrutiny

State health plans for families are under scrutiny – in the courts, in the states, and in Washington. It is hard to think of a time when the Medicaid program was getting so much…

Webinar 03.25.2019

Video: Medicaid Proposals Facing Scrutiny

From Trump administration block grant proposals, to work requirements in the federal courts, to the waiver restrictions faced in the Capitol hallways of West Virginia; Medicaid waivers are under scrutiny. Speakers examine what's happening…

Report 03.21.2019

Statement of Principles: The Coalition for Fair Drug Prices

Eight in ten Americans say the cost of prescription drugs is “unreasonable.” This is a problem driven by high launch prices and price increases, which are rooted in drug corporations’ monopoly power and perverse incentives…

Insights Column 03.19.2019

“Relying on Charity is not a Sustainable Solution”

Throughout our nation’s history, the strength of our country has been deeply rooted in the daily acts of service that so many people render to their communities and their loved ones. Yet for others,…

Insights Column 03.19.2019

“Trading Death for Pain and Financial Ruin”

In 2014, Catherine Horine developed a persistent cough that would not go away. Within three months of first seeking treatment for the cough, even though her doctors had been unable to find a cause…

Insights Column 03.15.2019

Believe Women: Pain is an Equity Issue

It took Zoey Salsbury six years to get an incorrect diagnosis for her constant pelvic and joint pain. The first time she mentioned her pain to her doctor, during her freshman year of high…

Fact Sheet 03.14.2019

Maryland’s Easy Enrollment Health Program

Broad bipartisan majorities in the Maryland Senate and House, by margins of 46-0 and 119-12, have approved legislation to establish a simple and seamless system for obtaining health coverage. Under the bill, an uninsured Marylander can…