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In states that implement Medicaid work requirements, hospital operating margins could drop between -.4 and -2.2 in states, the report estimates.
The Trump administration has taken action to weaken the ACA's protections, but that has mostly come at the cost of the insured, a new study shows.
Patient billing needs to help patients fulfill their financial obligations, address their concerns upfront and be willing to meet them where they are.
Healthcare stakeholders had social determinants on their mind this year, and made major strides addressing them, but they must continue their efforts.
Arkansas could lose eight times as much as it would save from lower Medicaid enrollment.
Health researchers and advocates have identified a number of potential solutions that could tackle the problem at the federal or state level.
Policymakers in Virginia want to reframe the discussion about “deaths of despair” around solutions tied to the social determinants of health.
Healthcare’s "merger mania" has led to significantly consolidated provider markets, which could have some major downsides for patients.
The White House's latest move to lower drug prices could be a wet blanket to two insurance giants, plus more news from around the web.
More research shows the individual mandate has dropped uninsured rates by double digits, but finding the exact percentage is difficult.