Topic: Medicaid Expansion
Urgent care clinics are prescribing unnecessary antibiotics at almost three times the rate of traditional physician offices and more practice news.
A pair of HHS officials are leaving the agency after Politico reported on their "inflammatory" social media posts, plus more healthcare headlines.
During an American Enterprise Institute event examining the future of ACA, experts said they expect risk adjustment payments will be paid on time.
States are unlikely to stop their implementation of Medicaid work requirements despite a federal judge striking down such requirements in Kentucky.
The future of Medicaid in Nebraska appears to be in voters' hands, as advocates say they collected enough signatures to put expansion on the ballot.
Another high profile insurance merger is complete, and Kentucky's governor is already slashing the state's Medicaid program.
Kentucky's Medicaid waiver requiring certain beneficiaries to meet work requirements was struck down by a federal judge.
The CMS announced decisions on two states' requests to modify their Medicaid programs on Wednesday.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services launched several initiatives on Tuesday aimed at cutting down on fraud and waste in Medicaid.
Walgreens and Humana are teaming up to provide more insurance information to seniors.