As the Biden administration begins its second year in office, the administration remains focused on its core health policy agenda—advancing coverage, access and equity.
Viewed from a range of different measures, low-income residents of Mississippi are particularly disadvantaged with respect to their access to health insurance and health care services.
Medicaid has seen significant increases in enrollment across all states since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Family planning services are critical to ensuring gender and racial equity and reproductive justice, and include but are not limited to contraception, pregnancy testing and fertility services.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) led to major advances in health insurance coverage in the United States. From 2013 to 2019, the uninsured rate fell from approximately 17 percent to 11 percent.
Populations who use LTSS are particularly vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 and experiencing severe cases due to their age or because often they live with one or more chronic conditions.
On November 10, the Supreme Court heard arguments in California v. Texas, the case challenging the constitutionality of the ACA.
Manatt brief describes a pathway to ensure children & families benefit from SDOH investments, reviewing options for designing a Children’s Health & Wellness Fund.
As much of the nation’s economic activity ground to a halt at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people lost jobs and many also lost their job-based healthcare coverage.
The ability to live a healthy life is influenced by a multitude of factors that extend beyond medical care.