Conservatives have pursued Medicaid block grants for decades to give states more power over the program.
State borders can highlight Medicaid’s arbitrary coverage.
COMMENTARY | More than 20% of our nation’s rural hospitals, or 430 hospitals across 43 states, are near collapse.
Forty affordable housing complexes are in an innovative federal program.
Nationwide, state insurance leaders and politicians have raised alarms about the slickly marketed membership campaigns.
Immigrants are purchasing a wide array of illegal medications in black markets that are common in California, Arizona, Maryland, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
Groupon has offered deals for various lung, heart and full-body scans across Atlanta, as well as in Oklahoma and California.
One out of every 13 older Americans struggles to find enough food to eat while the federal program intended to help hasn’t kept pace with the graying population.
As Americans sink under medical expenses, debt collectors go to great—and sometimes strange—lengths to collect.
Trump rule could relax requirements that health care providers offer language services.
Other states dealing with the high air ambulance costs have tried to rein in the industry but have continually run up against the Airline Deregulation Act.
The president told the VA to purchase a large amount of a controversial new nasal spray. The agency says it will consider incorporating the drug after it has more data.
Nationwide, more than 110 rural hospitals have closed since 2010, and in each instance a community struggles to survive in its own way.
Experts say that insurers re-entering state marketplace is a sign that the marketplaces are becoming more robust and less risky for insurers, despite ongoing political and legal battles over the ACA.
The patient is from Mississippi. The surgeon is from Wisconsin. They meet in a Mexican resort for knee replacement surgery. Because the care costs so much less than in the U.S, the patient’s health plan pays her $5,000.
Seventy-two million Americans rely on Medicaid for health care.
Lawmakers who created the modern generic-drug industry in the 1980s never imagined anything like this—brand-pharma companies maximizing profits by appearing to compete with themselves.
Medicaid would no longer be an entitlement program.
Iowa’s new law denies coverage for transition services, but Maine will allow it.
Most Covered California enrollees receive financial assistance based on their incomes.
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