There are currently a record-breaking 12.2 million Americans enrolled in coverage through health care Marketplaces, with 2.8 million newly gaining access through the 2021 Special Enrollment Period.
In 2021, drug-related overdose deaths topped 107,000. 1 Despite a nearly 50% decrease in opioid prescribing over the past decade, drug overdose mortality continues to trend in the opposite direction.
In 2020, health care spending in the United States reached $4.1 trillion, or 20% of the U.S. economy.
Manatt webinar shares insights with state Medicaid agencies seeking to partner with Community Care Hubs to integrate CBOs into SDOH initiatives.
Safety net and rural hospitals—critical components of our public health system—face overwhelming challenges that have brought many to the brink of insolvency.
The 340B discount program—which requires manufacturers to provide outpatient drugs to eligible health care entities at sharply reduced prices—continues to be both controversial and confusing.
Strengthening our nation’s long-term care system is a pressing societal issue as growing numbers of older Americans and people living with disabilities or chronic diseases increase demand.
The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires health plans to provide equal levels of coverage for mental health conditions and substance use disorders as for physical illnesses.
In the post-Dobbs world, where a woman’s ability to get an abortion is left to individual states, dissemination of information about abortion-related services has become crucial to ensuring women can access abortion care.
In the aftermath of the Dobbs v. Jackson Supreme Court decision, there is ongoing discussion about the role that medication abortion—particularly tele-medication abortion (teleMAB)— will play in connecting women to abortion services.