Clinical CareCommunity Health Centers See Declines in Medicaid Enrollment Among Immigrant Patients
Health center directors believe the declines may be owing to confusion over the Trump administration's public charge rule.
StrategyAppellate Judges Seem Skeptical of Medicaid Work Requirements
During oral arguments, multiple judges said repeatedly that the government's arguments appear to go beyond the law.
StrategyOral Argument Over Medicaid Work Requirements Appeals Coming Friday
The hearing, which pertains directly to Kentucky and Arkansas but which could have broader consequences, will take place before a...
StrategyTenn. Block Grant Experiment Would Boost Federal Funding, State Medicaid Chief Says
Conservatives have pursued Medicaid block grants for decades to give states more power over the program.
InnovationUber And Lyft Ride-Sharing Services Hitch Onto Medicaid
Arizona became the first state to revamp its Medicaid regulations to make it easier for ride-sharing companies to participate in...
StrategyTennessee Unveils First-Of-Its-Kind Block Grant Proposal for Medicaid
State officials say TennCare could collect as much as $1 billion in savings under the proposal.
StrategyAndy Slavitt Doesn't Want to Talk About Seema Verma
The former acting CMS administrator says his focus now is on using all available tools, from public policy advocacy to...
FinanceWhy Red Wyoming Seeks The Regulatory Approach To Air Ambulance Costs
The Cowboy State hopes to undercut the free market by using Medicaid to treat air ambulances like a public utility.
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...