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The Health 202: Large employers don't want Medicare-for-all

But large employers are just fine with being the suppliers of insurance and don’t want to give up that role, according to an association that represents them ... now, we’re not going to pull health ... read more

The Health 202: 'Medicare for all' is the dream. 'Medicaid for more' could be the reality.

Heather Howard, a lecturer at Princeton University who also helps states with their health ... Medicaid, on the other hand, is run by the states, so they have more discretion over how the program is ... read more

The Health 202: Here’s what we know about the Senate health-care bill

The Senate bill is shaping up not only to convert Medicaid ... to have been more muted than what either side had predicted…Given the range of outcomes, Pelosi should be more careful about citing such ... read more

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

Advocates of Medicaid expansion got some positive reinforcement in several recently released studies. This year, the perennial struggle over the future of the health-care program for low-income ... read more

When California hospitals say no, where can uninsured patients find surgery?

Dr. Andrew Loehrer, a surgical oncologist at Dartmouth University who studies the impact of health ... up till now, and it keeps growing.” For Leticia, it’s all about keeping the plates spinning. She ... read more

What Happened to New York’s Plans for Single-Payer Health Care?

“I speak as a union activist in my own union,” she said, and “my position and other unions’ position is, if we can get health care off the bargaining table, we can advocate for so much more in ... ... read more

The Health 202: Has Medicaid expansion helped or hurt the program? Depends which of these Republicans you ask.

John Kasich bucked his Republican Party to accept the Affordable Care Act's offer to add more low-income residents to the government-run health ... two strikes against them, it's clear that many ... read more

Legislators increase education funding, kick most health and criminal justice questions down the road

Nearly 20 percent of Oklahoma school districts have adopted the four day week in an effort to cut costs, though a 2017 study ... up shop in big box stores. Voters said no. But now, the two sides ... read more

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

Both states are seeking permission from the federal government to require low income, "able-bodied" adults to work, volunteer or train for a job to maintain their health benefits through Medicaid. ... read more

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

WASHINGTON - Advocates of Medicaid expansion got some positive reinforcement in several recently released studies. This year, the perennial struggle over the future of the health-care program for ... read more



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