StrategyCHA Lauds Health Spending in Newsom's "California Blueprint"
Carmela Coyle, president and CEO of the California Hospital Association, called the additional COVID funding "essential to helping hospitals and...
PayerLeft Behind: Medicaid Patients Say Rides to Doctors Don't Always Come
Medicaid patients and dvocacy groups across the country are upset about problems patients have getting transportation for medical appointments.
PayerSouth Dakota Voters to Decide Medicaid Expansion
State officials this week officially placed the issue on the ballot after validating thousands of petition signatures.
PayerMattresses and Mold Removal: Medi-Cal to Offer Unconventional Treatments to Asthma Patients
In January, California's Medicaid program will begin offering nontraditional services, such as ridding homes of roaches, replacing mattresses and installing...
PayerA Tale of Two Medicaid Expansions: Oklahoma Jumps In, While Missouri Lags
The experience of the newly eligible in those two states has differed dramatically.
PayerMissouri's Thin Dental Safety Net Stretched Amid Medicaid Expansion
The reason so few Missouri dentists accept Medicaid is simple, according to Vicki Wilbers, executive director of the Missouri Dental...
PayerUninsured in South Would Win Big in Democrats' Plan, but Hospitals Fear Funding Loss
Nearly two-thirds of those in the Medicaid coverage gap live in one of three Republican-controlled states: Texas, Florida, and Georgia.
PayerOIG Says TennCare Owes Feds $400M, Maybe More
The Volunteer State is also being asked to provide the paperwork or refund another $370 million for improperly documented behavioral...
PayerHealth Industry Wields Power in California's High-Stakes Battle to Lower Healthcare Costs
Lobbyist used their political clout and close ties with the governor to devise a friendlier alternative that doctors, hospitals and...
Covid-19Community Clinics Shouldered Much of the Vaccine Rollout. Many Haven't Been Paid.
Clinics are owed tens of millions of dollars, at minimum, for shots they've given since the vaccines received emergency authorization.
PayerAs Democrats Bicker Over Massive Spending Plan, Here's What's at Stake for Medicaid
Twelve Republican-controlled states have yet to adopt the Medicaid expansion, leaving 2.2 million low-income adult residents uninsured.
TelehealthOIG: States Report Challenges with Tele-Behavioral Health Services
The hurdles to broadening tele-behavioral health services for Medicaid enrollees come as the nation "confronts the psychological and emotional impact...