Topic: Medicaid Expansion
A three-judge appellate panel didn't appear convinced that Medicaid work requirements meet the law's objectives of providing coverage.
The Trump administration has heartily endorsed the idea of giving states maximum Medicaid flexibility.
Tennessee wants to be the first state to test a radical approach for federal financing of Medicaid.
Idaho's application for work requirements comes a few months after CMS rejected the state's bid to partially expand Medicaid.
Policymakers should issue guidelines that integrate people’s social needs into insurance coverage, according to a new report from NASEM.
With healthcare set to be one of the defining issues of the 2020 election, a new survey examines voters’ attitudes about their health coverage.
The U.S. uninsured rate saw its first year-to-year increase in nearly a decade.
Health insurers looking to do more to address the opioid epidemic should look to what’s working in Medicaid, according to a new report.
California counties that adopted the Medicaid expansion early saw fewer evictions, according to a new study.
Federal officials rejected another attempt at a “partial” Medicaid expansion, this time in Idaho.