Keyword: Georgetown University Health Policy Institute
Tennessee legislators have approved a bill that would make the state the first to request approval from CMS for a Medicaid block grant.
Medicaid and CHIP enrollment has declined since 2017, but experts and the Trump administration are split on why that is.
Idaho’s governor has signed off on a scaled-back Medicaid expansion plan, making it the second state to retool a voter-mandated expansion.
NAIC reports that short-term insurance coverage is confusing to consumers and leaves many patients with higher out-of-pocket costs.
Doctors and other healthcare providers should be aware that seizures may be associated with e-cigarette use, the Food and Drug Administration warns.
Calling surprise billing a clear example of a "market failure," a collection of experts testifying on Capitol Hill on Tuesday told lawmakers to focus on solutions that would address the role of health providers and insurers—not further burden patients.
The Affordable Care Act is having a pretty turbulent ninth birthday as the Trump administration and House Democrats duel over its future.
There’s no universal way for states to approach oversight of association and short-term health plans, experts say.
The precipitous drop has puzzled and alarmed many health policy analysts, while several states say it reflects an improving economy.
Progressive Democrats have unveiled a new “Medicare for all” plan—but what exactly does that moniker mean? Well, it depends on who you ask.