Topic: Medicaid Expansion
The coronavirus pandemic puts a spotlight on some of the biggest risks for states seeking to roll out Medicaid block grants, a new analysis shows.
The Affordable Care Act has been a mixed bag for rural hospitals that have shuttered at a high rate since the law's passage in 2010.
Decreases in uncompensated care after Medicaid expansion don’t seem to be flowing to other types of community benefit spending.
The Trump administration’s top Medicaid official has been increasingly critical of the entitlement program she has overseen for three years.
A record-setting 19 rural hospitals closed last year, as researchers aim to pinpoint the leading indicators that a facility will shutter.
New research suggests that hospitals with strong financial results could do more to help patients in need of charity care.
A panel of appellate judges upheld a lower court's ruling that CMS' Medicaid work requirements were unlawful.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma took on major criticisms that the agency's block grant proposal cuts Medicaid funding and benefits.
CMS rolled out a new initiative to enable states to convert Medicaid funding for certain populations into a block grant.
This month, Medi-Cal restored podiatry and several other benefits eliminated more than a decade ago, including eyeglasses and speech therapy.