Louisiana Signs Up for 'Subscription' to Hep C Treatment
Deal with drug company will cap the states' treatment costs.
FinanceCharity Care Spending By Hospitals Plunges
The decline was true of for-profit hospitals, so-called nonprofit hospitals and those designated as city, county, district or state hospitals.
Are Trump's Top Medicaid Regulators Ignoring Major Problems?
The CEO of Centene, a company now entangled in a broader federal inquiry, met with Sen. Bob Casey to allay...
Strategy'All Too Familiar': Judge Blocks N.H. Medicaid Work Requirements
The same federal judge has tossed out the Trump administration's approval of Medicaid work requirements in three states.
FinanceMedicaid Leaders Should Improve NEMT Services, Study Urges
A white paper released by Leavitt Partners Wednesday offers recommendations for improving NEMT.
StrategyParties Await Ruling on N.H. Medicaid Work Requirements
This week's hearing came after state officials delayed their rollout of the new requirements and as federal officials continue to...
RB Group to Pay $1.4B to Settle Criminal, Civil Probes of Opioid Marketing
The England-based company denies any wrongdoing and said the settlement 'is in the best interests of the company and its...
StrategyN.H. Delays Rollout of Medicaid Work Requirements After Thousands Fail to Comply
Less than one-third of those subject to the new rules had demonstrated compliance by the deadline, stoking concerns the policy...
Medi-Cal Enrollment Among Immigrant Kids Stalls, Then Falls. Is Fear To Blame?
This drop mirrors statewide and national trends for all children enrolled in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
StrategyAppeals Court to Hear ACA Oral Arguments This Week
Although a decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals could take months, the outcome is expected to be...
Clinical CareStudy: Arkansas Medicaid Work Requirement Hits Those Already Employed
The study found no evidence that beneficiaries who lost coverage secured either jobs or other insurance coverage. In fact, it...
FinanceSupreme Court Sides With Hospitals in Multi-Billion-Dollar DSH Formula Dispute
The decision means HHS owes hospitals more money because the justices rejected an Obama-era rule change.