• 10.24.18

    The Midterm Elections’ Potential Impact on Healthcare

    As Election Day approaches, the outcomes of many federal and state races remain unclear, with the future of health reform hanging in the balance.

  • 10.23.18

    New Webinar Series: The Midterm Elections’ Impact on Healthcare

    Join Manatt for a New, Two-Part Webinar Series Revealing How the Midterm Results Will Shape Policies and Priorities—and How You Can Prepare for What’s Next.

  • 09.25.18

    New Webinar: Are Medicaid Buy-In Proposals Gaining Traction?

    Register Free for “The Medicaid Buy-In Landscape: Goals, Options and Design Considerations.” Join Us October 11 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET.

  • 05.17.18

    State Action on Market Stabilization

    During the open enrollment period for the 2018 plan year, approximately 11.8 million people enrolled in Marketplace coverage and 74 million people enrolled in Medicaid, leading to an uninsured rate in the U.S. of 12.2 percent.

  • 04.11.18

    States Choosing Divergent Paths for Individual Market Coverage

    With Congress failing to reach agreement on a stabilization package for the individual market and repeal of the individual mandate set to take effect for 2019, states are considering different strategies, some that will stabilize their Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliant markets and others that ...

  • 03.28.18

    Medicaid’s Critical Role in Addressing the Opioid Crisis

    As the opioid crisis in the United States continues to deepen—with opioid overdoses claiming 42,000 lives in 20161—policymakers, providers, advocates and other stakeholders are seeking out all available resources in an attempt to fight back.

  • 02.26.18

    The President’s Budget and Shifting Policy on Prescription Drugs

    On February 12, the Trump administration released the President’s Budget (or, “the Budget”) outlining spending priorities for FY 2019.

  • 01.10.18

    What’s Ahead in 2018

    Congress returned from recess with a large agenda for the new year.

  • 12.12.17

    North Carolina: Amended 1115 Waiver Application

    On November 20, 2017, North Carolina submitted an amended 1115 waiver application to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) seeking authority to invest $1.2 billion over five years in a range of targeted initiatives that, taken together with a transition from fee-for-service to ...

  • 08.08.17

    Next Steps on Healthcare Reform

    Though President Trump has continued to call for action on repeal and replace in the wake of the Senate’s failed vote at the end of July, congressional Republicans have been fairly muted about possible next steps, a sign of conflicting views of whether it is time to move on to other ...