Keyword: Georgetown University Health Policy Institute
Colorado's plan to install a new public insurance option would require cutting provider rates to bring them more in line with other states.
Unauthorized immigrant children have been eligible for Medi-Cal since 2016; enrollment peaked a year later. Since then, it has been flat or fallen.
Child enrollment in Medicaid and CHIP declined by nearly 1 million last year, a trend that’s not likely due to an improving economy.
States that have expanded Medicaid have shown greater improvements reducing maternal deaths and infant mortality, a new study shows.
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.