• 02.20.19

    The Landscape of Federal and State Healthcare Buy-In Models

    Across the country, policymakers, healthcare stakeholders and consumer advocates are motivated to expand affordable coverage, with the overarching goals of lowering the uninsured rate, addressing affordability and access-to-care issues (such as high premiums, deductibles and cost-sharing), and ...

  • 02.12.19

    Infographic: The California Consumer Privacy Act

    Our privacy and data security group has released a new infographic covering the central elements of the California Consumer Privacy Act. Check out the infographic below to learn more about this important privacy legislation as you prepare for compliance by 2020. Stay up to date with all our ...

  • 02.06.19

    Potential Enrollment Impacts of Michigan’s Medicaid Work Requirement

    To date, Section 1115 waivers that condition Medicaid eligibility on beneficiaries’ meeting work and community engagement (CE) requirements have been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for eight states: Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, ...

  • 02.01.19

    Alabama Medicaid Expansion: Summary of Estimated Costs and Savings

    Alabama is currently one of only 14 states that have not expanded Medicaid, leaving more than $1 billion in federal money on the table each year that would boost economic activity and strengthen the ability of hospitals and other healthcare providers to serve residents throughout the state, and ...

  • 01.31.19

    Quantitative Evaluation of a Targeted Medicaid Buy-In for New Mexico

    New Mexico, similar to a number of other states, is exploring a Medicaid buy-in product as part of a broader strategy to expand coverage and affordability of health insurance for residents. Medicaid buy-ins allow people above current Medicaid eligibility levels to pay a premium to receive ...

  • 01.31.19

    Ready for Reform: Behavioral Healthcare in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts has long been a national leader in state-level healthcare reform.

  • 01.16.19

    Spotlight on Colorado: Ending the Opioid Epidemic

    Colorado has addressed the opioid epidemic with an array of public and private initiatives. Yet Colorado’s death rate has stayed consistent with national trends, despite a statewide comprehensive opioid strategy and successful efforts to reduce opioid prescriptions.

  • 01.11.19

    Establishing Connections to Healthcare for Justice-Involved Populations

    With many states expanding Medicaid eligibility, individuals leaving jail or prison are now often able to enroll in health coverage upon release.

  • 12.19.18

    Strategies for an Affordable Medicaid Buy-In Option in Colorado

    In order to address rising costs and continued uncertainty in the individual insurance market, states are beginning to explore offering alternative coverage options to residents in need of premium and cost-sharing relief. One option under consideration is a state-initiated “Medicaid ...

  • 12.13.18

    Spotlight on Pennsylvania: Ending the Opioid Epidemic

    Pennsylvania has been hit hard by the opioid epidemic, with prescription opioid-related overdoses growing in the early 2000s and, more recently, high volumes of heroin and fentanyl coursing through the commonwealth due to its strategic location as a major transportation hub. The challenges faced ...



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