Gulf Coast states must expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act to address the long-term consequences of the federal government’s failed health policy response to Hurricane Katrina.
Negotiation Plus: A Framework for Value-Based Drug Pricing Negotiation
Kentucky’s Medicaid Ultimatum Threatens Beneficiaries’ Health
The Population of Pregnant Women at Potential Risk of Zika Virus Infection
New Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Proposal Tests Ways to Lower Drug Expenditures
Re-Evaluating the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
The current draft of the TPP will raise drug prices and hinder access to critical medications.
As was the case with Medicare and Medicaid, the conversation surrounding the Affordable Care Act will likely move beyond repeal toward serious debate about improving the health care system.
A ruling for the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell would take away quality, affordable health care from millions of Americans. These fact sheets detail the effects of such a ruling in nine states.
New long-term Medicare spending projections from the Congressional Budget Office are dramatically lower than similar projections from 2005.
This infographic is a compilation of data from multiple sources to highlight how women are benefiting from the Affordable Care Act. It will be updated at least monthly to reflect the most recent data available.
An unfavorable ruling in the King v. Burwell case would be disastrous for the millions of people who get health care on the federal exchange.
Medicare’s Pioneer ACO Model has shown modest yet improving results so far. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services should make improvements to the Pioneer ACO Model while also expanding bundled payment reforms.
Lawmakers in Florida, Texas, Tennessee, and Kansas continue to play politics with their citizens’ health care by demanding federal funding for the low-income pool while refusing to expand Medicaid.
The Affordable Care Act can help address discrimination against LGBT people and their families in health coverage and care—but the law’s protections must clearly include sexual orientation and gender identity.