A court ruled Georgia can proceed with a Medicaid expansion demonstration that excludes hundreds of thousands of low-income adults by subverting ACA rules.
Policymakers are exploring adjusting health care payments to include patients’ social risk and increase resources to clinicians and community partners.
This cross-national comparison of health care systems assesses U.S. health spending, outcomes, status, and service use relative to 12 other high-income countries.
Medicaid visits are concentrated in a minority of practices, and low payment rates may affect their ability to invest in technology that promotes high-quality care.
Benefits executives interviewed found it difficult to imagine circumstances that would lead their companies to stop providing health coverage to their employees.
States Take on Affordability — Hospital and Pharmaceutical Spending Are Pressing Priorities, but Difficult to Tackle
Rising cost of health care has outpaced wage growth, placing increasing financial pressure on individuals, families, employers, and crowding out other investment.
Strengthening Marketplace Network Rules for Essential Community Providers Is a Matter of Health Equity
Concerns about health care access in underserved communities call into question a proposed federal rule that excludes essential community providers.
Washington, Colorado, and Nevada are partnering with private carriers to offer health insurance plans that meet heightened state public option goals.
CMS has outlined its approach to implementing the first year of the Medicare drug negotiation process, including how it will engage with the public.