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New Hampshire residents have filed suit against the Trump administration over work requirements in the state’s Medicaid program.
CMS rolled out new monitoring and evaluation tools for Medicaid demonstrations the same day the controversial work requirements went before a judge.
Oral arguments in lawsuits against such requirements in Kentucky and in Arkansas will begin on Thursday.
Flexibility can be extremely valuable in crafting health policy—or it can underpin poor policy, with potentially dangerous consequences, experts say.
Kentucky's Medicaid waiver requiring certain beneficiaries to meet work requirements was struck down by a federal judge.
The Trump administration’s effort to protect the religious rights of health workers will be costly for healthcare organizations.
Kentucky residents have filed a lawsuit seeking to block the state’s newly approved plan to make conservative changes to its Medicaid program.
The head of a trade group for managed care plans saw reasons for optimism in the Trump administration’s new guidance on Medicaid work requirements.
From Kaiser Health News: The Trump administration is poised to use its regulatory powers to accomplish what GOP lawmakers could not: shrink Medicaid enrollment.
Major industry groups appear to be giving Tom Price and Seema Verma a warm reception.