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The Health 202: Health-care industry preps offense against Medicare-for-All

Fifteen Senate Democrats and 124 House Democrats have signed onto Medicare-for-All bills. Included among them are all ... You are reading The Health 202, our must-read newsletter on health policy. AHH ... read more

Medicaid plans cover doctors’ visits, hospital care — and now your GED

Emilia Ford earned her GED with the help of her Pennsylvania Medicaid health plan, AmeriHealth Caritas. She now ... give them more trust in me,” Ford said. “The hardest thing is not giving up even aft... read more

Caregivers endure greater financial, mental health risks

The United Way and Atlantic Health study found ... Main St., suite 202 (second floor) in Somerville between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday to Friday to pick up your copy or multiple copies for friends or or... read more

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Gov. Newsom’s healthcare initiatives will test what a single state can achieve on its own

The governor’s proposals include expanding Medicaid coverage ... what has been up to now federal dollars.” He’s correct. According to a 2016 study by UCLA’s Center for Health Policy Research, the fede... read more


'Gut-wrenching' plight: Giving up custody of children so they can get mental health help

Two-thirds of states don't keep track of how many families give up custody to help a child get mental health services. But a study ... them." In his lawsuit, Farley cited the state's own data, showing ... read more

Does your health insurer provide GED assistance? This one does.

Emilia Ford earned her GED with the help of her Pennsylvania Medicaid health plan, AmeriHealth Caritas. She now ... give them more trust in me,” Ford said. “The hardest thing is not giving up even aft... read more

Struggling to get mental health assistance for their children, parents make the wrenching decision to give up custody

(MORE ... Two-thirds of states don’t keep track of how many families give up custody to help a child get mental health services. But a study by the Government Accountability Office found that ... read more

The Philly health care plan that offers food as medicine

Aetna and two other insurers also have added the benefit for their Medicaid enrollees ... who co-authored the Health Affairs study. Although there's little controversy that giving people nutritious me... read more

States need freedom to improve health for Medicaid recipients

However, two ... would have Ohio seek a waiver to help Medicaid recipients save more for healthcare and transition to real health insurance. This Healthy Ohio plan is based on Healthy Indiana, which i... read more

The Health 202: It's not just drugmakers criticizing Trump's effort to lower Medicare drug spending

Of course, Trump may be unwilling to back ... up in support of this change because America’s prescription drug pricing system is broken, and patients need change now,” Mitchell said in a statement ann... read more

Exit interview: Nathan Deal on the issue that brings him to tears, why he didn’t expand Medicaid, and more

It was economically a drain on our state, becoming more so every cycle. The prisons were overcrowded. We were going to have to spend $267 million, as I recall, to build two new adult ... and asked the... read more

'Gut-wrenching' plight: Giving up children so they can get help

Mental health advocates ... the family safe." Two-thirds of states don't keep track of how many families give up custody to help a child get mental health services. But a study by the Government Accou... read more



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