Topic: Medicaid Expansion
CMS has approved Arizona's waiver for work requirements, making it the eighth state to test them, plus more insurance news.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services completed the distribution of new Medicare cards ahead of its deadline, plus more healthcare headlines.
Kentuckians have again sued the Trump administration over the state’s Medicaid work requirements—but the government shutdown could drag out the case.
A federal court's review of CVS Health's $69 billion purchase of Aetna won't be held up by the federal shutdown, CMS is examining block grants and more payer news.
Louisiana will use a "Netflix" model to pay for hepatitis C drugs and more payer headlines from around the web.
Don Berwick, former CMS administrator and IHI co-founder, sat down with FierceHealthcare to discuss the state of health policy.
New policies in Medicaid stirred the pot this year, potentially bringing the program into the public's eye the most since it was established in 1965.
If Congress wanted to affirm the ACA's constitutionality and pass some fixes, it could reduce the uninsured population by 12.2 million people.
In a comprehensive report detailing options for reducing the deficit, CBO scored several healthcare reform options.
Healthcare spending slowed for the second consecutive year, largely due to lower utilization of services.