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The Health 202: Medicaid advocates now have two more studies to back them up

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) reacts after signing the state budget bills that include Medicaid expansion during a ceremony Thursday, June 7, 2018, at the state Capitol in Richmond. (Bob Brown/Richm... read more

The judiciary strikes a blow to Medicaid reform

The plaintiffs argued Bevin’s measures would have compromised Medicaid’s mission to deliver health care to patients. Boasberg ultimately sided with the advocates ... employer-sponsored insurance offer... read more

A Transition in Care

We didn't have anything else." Even as of late last year, Cedars-Sinai was one of just two ... of Health, and aims to provide services such as hormone therapy and HIV testing. "Now it's opened it up, ... read more

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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


The Health 202: Mississippi quietly amends its Medicaid work requirement waiver

What makes these two states different is their Medicaid populations. Kentucky is one of the nearly three dozen states that accepted the Affordable Care Act's offer to expand Medicaid to cover more ... ... read more

The Next Healthcare Reform: Asset Allocation Daily

What's up ... advocates naïve to single-payer’s consequences. But this time, by the meeting’s end, the AMA’s older members had agreed to at least study the possibility of changing its stance. ‘We beli... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

(Breuninger and Schwartz, 8/8) As a negotiation tool, Medicare Advantage plans will now be able to require patients getting drugs in a doctor's office or the hospital to try lower-cost medicines befor... read more

Conservative chairman: I'd back health plan with Medicaid changes

But Walker and the broader RSC have concerns about the legislation as it currently stands, not only on Medicaid but on a refundable tax credit for health insurance. Members of the conservative Freedom ... read more

Advocates fear looming cuts to behavioral health services

Mental health advocates say the two issues are ... So it picks up a lot of service that is definitely needed in communities that we really can’t afford to have cut. And right now, there are gaps of se... read more

The Case for Single-Price Health Care

Republican efforts to roll it back ... them worse off. In their experience, Congress passed the ACA and now they pay much more for health care. Adding to the grievance of many middle-class Americans i... read more

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The study found more than half of those surveyed (55 percent) said it is difficult for them ... Health care costs are "a hungry tapeworm on the American economy," Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO W... read more

Indiana's Medicaid experiment offers a conservative take on health reform

Linda Joyner, at 64, just got health coverage. Uninsured for years, the former waitress signed up for Medicaid after ... sign-ups have been brisk. Joyner, who waited tables for more 40 years before he... read more



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