New Trump administration guidance on Medicaid work requirements could lead to a spike in the number of people who are uninsured—all without creating a single job for unemployed workers.
Congress’ focus on passing tax cuts for the wealthy has left state administrators to explain why families may lose services covered under the Children’s Health Insurance Program and the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting program.
By taking these steps, states can lower premiums, increase the number of people with health insurance coverage, and prevent substandard plans from undermining their insurance markets.
On average, about 29,800 fewer people in each congressional district would have coverage by 2025.
The next U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services will play a pivotal role in creating a health care system that supports women’s and families’ health care needs.
From guaranteed coverage of no-cost contraception to banning abortion coverage in private insurance, here are some of the recent state actions on women’s health you may have missed.
Reproductive health care access is inextricably linked to labor market opportunity for women, and bodily autonomy and economic empowerment are mutually reinforcing.
Under the Senate tax bill, middle-class families would pay thousands more, millions would lose coverage, and Medicare would be cut by billions of dollars.
The Trump administration spreads misinformation about contraception in order to defend their anti-choice and anti-women agenda.
This interactive map provides information on the lowest premium net of tax credits for sample households.
President Trump keeps saying one thing and doing another; it’s the American people who pay the price.
The Trump administration will miss the mark on the opioid epidemic if it does not reverse course on its broader agenda.
More consumers will find low-cost plan options in 2018 than in past years, including free plans.
CAP estimates that the health insurance marketplaces would have been on track to enroll at least 12.2 million people in the absence of Trump administration sabotage.
After weathering two devastating storms, Puerto Rico is still struggling to recover as the federal government fails to provide short-term and long-term relief.