Topic: Medicaid Work Requirements
A look at the transparency controversy in Ohio, plus a look at other Medicaid news from around the country.
An additional 4.4 million people would gain insurance coverage if the ACA’s Medicaid expansion were implemented nationwide, according to a new report.
Idaho’s governor has signed off on a scaled-back Medicaid expansion plan, making it the second state to retool a voter-mandated expansion.
The Trump administration will appeal a judge’s decision to block Medicaid work requirements in two states.
People with behavioral and chronic health conditions are more likely to struggle to meet work requirements than other Medicaid beneficiaries.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services gave the OK to Utah’s request for a partial Medicaid expansion.
Medicaid enrollment has modernized under the ACA, but whether those gains will continue remains an open question, according to a new report.
A federal judge’s ruling that blocked Medicaid work requirements in two states has limited implications in other regions—for now.
A federal judge has struck down Medicaid work requirements in Kentucky and Arkansas.
CMS will allow Florida to test a program in Medicaid that would offer housing services to beneficiaries with severe behavioral health needs.