Keyword: National Academy for State Health Policy
In a growing number of states, patients who get opioids may leave their doctors’ offices with prescription for naloxone, an overdose reversal drug.
AmeriHealth Caritas helps connect members with nonprofit groups providing GED test preparation classes.
There are a number of solutions to tackle rising drug prices, experts say—if they can actually be put in place.
A number of states are scrambling to enact laws that safeguard the ACA's central provisions, including the individual mandate.
After a meeting with HHS officials, Idaho officials say they have a "sympathetic" ear in Washington for their plan to expand non-ACA compliant plans.
A total of 11.8 million people signed up for 2018 ACA exchange plans, a 3.7% decline compared to 2017.
It’s an idea that gets talked about as a way to stabilize the ACA’s individual marketplaces: Allow payers to sell insurance across state lines.
As drug prices continue to rise, state Medicaid programs may be forced to compensate by cutting health plan reimbursement.