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The Health 202: The Trump administration may not be able to force drugmakers to advertise their prices

You are reading The Health 202, our must-read newsletter on health policy. LAUNCH DAY: Read Jacqueline Alemany’s first edition of Power Up, where she talks ... Low-income people in states that have no... read more

Billions of tax dollars flow to private Medicaid plans. But is anyone minding the store?

More than 54 million Medicaid recipients are now covered by managed-care plans, up from fewer than ... California officials have been clawing back billions of dollars from health plans after the fact. ... read more

Where they stand: Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Lisa Brown on health care, Medicare and Medicaid

“I don’t think it’s realistic to expect that we’re going to create an entire public system, and then tell everyone they have to give up their ... current health care rules and they allowed their cover... read more

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Medicaid and the fate of Obamacare are at the heart of the heated Georgia gubernatorial race

Georgia is one of eight states that opted not to expand Medicaid ... on health care have a solid chance of picking up seats in a number of legislatures. But in statewide elections where more ... read more


In a state of great wealth, all the health care some can afford

Up ... s health care safety net, advocates say, involves specialists. The more than 900,000 Connecticut patients enrolled in Medicaid can usually find primary care doctors willing to treat them ... read more

The Health 202: It's triple trouble for Republicans on health care

That has not stopped Democrats from pummeling them over this unaccomplished GOP to-do list and possibly seizing back control ... party is more trusted to tackle the issue. As we’ve written extensively ... 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

After Prison, Many People Living With HIV Go Without Treatment

That is one of the findings of a study published Tuesday in PLoS Medicine. The study was among the first to follow people with HIV from jail or prison back ... more likely to have access to health ins... read more

Meet the new director of Medicaid

Now she wants to beat them and extend ... over the GOP’s health care agenda, particularly the party's efforts to roll back protections for pre-existing conditions. And facing a toss-up election, her m... read more

5 ways Polis and Stapleton have vastly different health-care approaches

Stapleton, the eight-year Colorado treasurer, has fired back repeatedly with studies showing that such a system will cost between $25 and $30 billion to set up, will need to ... to allow such methods. ... read more

To make healthy changes, change your thinking

Fact: When it comes to hearing well-meaning good advice about your health, most folks reject it, become defensive or have trouble acting on it consistently. One study ... give up smoking? Lose weight? ... 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



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