Topic: Medicaid Managed Care
Democrats have officially revealed a plan to let people ages 50 and over buy in to Medicare, plus more insurance news.
Despite a dip in membership last year, Molina Healthcare’s financials continue to make a significant rebound.
North Carolina has awarded $6 billion in contracts to five payers for its Medicaid managed care program, plus more insurance news.
A report backed by New York pharmacists found that PBMs are marking up generics in the state's Medicaid program. The group is calling for an audit.
Has Molina Healthcare’s new leadership team been so successful in their company turnaround that they’ve run out of places to grow? CEO says no.
Healthcare stakeholders had social determinants on their mind this year, and made major strides addressing them, but they must continue their efforts.
While most insurers are largely insulated from massive changes to the ACA, Molina and Centene have a lot riding on the marketplace.
While many states now require Medicaid MCOs to address social determinants of health, federal law doesn't provide much flexibility to do so.
CMS has failed to recover more than half of the nearly $3 billion in Medicaid overpayments identified by auditors over an 11-year period.
AHIP is pushing back on a proposed "public charge" rule that it says could have huge health and economic consequences.