StrategyMedicaid Work Requirements Headed to D.C. Appeals Court
The court proceedings are among several healthcare-related cases causing some friction for the White House's policy objectives.
StrategyTrump Administration Revs Up Push for Medicaid Block Grants
Budget proposal lauds block grants as 'the only way to reform Medicaid.'
FinanceCommunity Health Centers More Financially Stable Under Medicaid Expansion
Facilities are faring better in states that expanded Medicaid, according to a new Commonwealth Fund report.
FinanceChronically Ill Patients Less Likely to Meet Medicaid Work Requirements
For hospitals, a lack of coverage for chronically ill patients translates to more uncompensated care and bad debt.
Hospital Associations Urge Appeals Court to Reverse ACA Ruling
National and state hospitals groups warn that invalidating the Affordable Care Act would have 'disastrous' consequences for tens of millions...
StrategyLet's Unpack Last Week's 3 Major Developments in Health Policy Lawsuits
Judges have repeatedly blocked the Trump administration's efforts to bypass the ACA, as the DOJ declares all-out war on the...
Clinical CareSuicide Risk Grew After Missouri Medicaid Kids Shifted To Managed Care, Hospitals Say
The Missouri Hospital Association called on state Medicaid officials to investigate findings about children covered by the state-federal program for...
StrategyCMS OKs Florida Medicaid Behavioral Health Housing Pilot
The pilot program will provide temporary housing, tenant support and other services to people who are homeless or at risk...
FinanceMedicaid Work Requirements Could Erode ACA Coverage Gains
A new survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation looks at Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program as states push...
FinanceMedicaid Work Requirements Blocked in Kentucky and Arkansas
The HHS secretary keeps trying to advance Medicaid objectives that aren't rooted in the law itself, the judge ruled.
StrategyInvalidating ACA Would Undercut Parts of Trump's Own Health Policy Agenda
The administration has been building some of its initiatives on a legal footing that it now argues is completely invalid.