EHB defines what healthcare benefits plans in the Marketplaces, as well as certain other plans, must cover—and goes to the heart of what it means to have health insurance.
House Republicans append a Manager's Amendment to the AHCA; HHS tells states they will have increased flexibility on Medicaid; and Florida previews its 1115 waiver amendment requests.
Federal decisions regarding Medicaid expansion would affect access to healthcare for more than 71,000 Montanans covered under Montana’s bipartisan Health and Economic Livelihood Partnership (HELP) Act.
CBO finds that the number of uninsured would nearly double under the American Health Care Act; CMS's new Administrator is confirmed; and New Mexico and Massachusetts move to protect reproductive healthcare under ACA repeal.
House Republicans release long-awaited ACA repeal and replace legislation, Arkansas proposes a new waiver amendment to lower expansion adult eligibility levels, and California and Maine are considering new policies to tackle the opioid addiction crisis.
Under the current system, the federal government matches state spending on Medicaid so long as the state follows federal Medicaid rules.
A three-judge State Appeals Court panel heard an appeal of the Maricopa County Superior Court's decision that Arizona's Medicaid expansion plan was passed legally, according to the Arizona Republic.
Today, Medicaid is the nation's largest health insurer and the single largest payer in every state, covering more than 20 percent of the total U.S. population.
The Kansas House sends approved Medicaid expansion legislation to the Senate; governors remain divided on Medicaid reform; and the Kaiser Family Foundation publishes a new library of 108 Medicaid expansion studies.
With key leaders in Congress proposing major changes to Medicaid financing through the adoption of a block grant or per capita caps, Manatt has prepared a new toolkit for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health Reform Assistance Network to help states and others assess the potential ...