Topic: Medicaid Expansion
The median eligible income for Medicaid coverage has more than doubled among states that expanded their program.
Many rural Americans struggle with access to care, but air ambulances are a potential solution to the problem.
The White House is blasting health insurers' profits during times of premium increases, calling the current marketplace "distorted."
States can learn from Medicaid experiments across the country, but there must be an effective way to measure how well they work.
The Virginia legislature is closer to expanding Medicaid than ever; the issue will be a sticking point in budget negotiations.
Healthcare, including maternity care, has become linked to Medicaid in rural areas, which are often home to lower-income people.
CMS approved Arkansas’ request for a Medicaid work requirement but deferred a decision on the state’s request to roll back its Medicaid expansion.
Despite President Donald Trump’s boast that he “essentially repealed Obamacare,” the ACA is more popular than ever.
New research from the Commonwealth fund shows Americans support affordable healthcare coverage, but remain pessimistic about the future of the ACA.
Politicians should consider the consequences of a lawsuit that aims to overturn the Affordable Care Act, writes Jonathan Burroughs, M.D.