A new podcast series, Medicaid Leadership Exchange, is launching to help Medicaid directors and their senior management teams steer the course.
This report uses data from the December 2018 Well-Being and Basic Needs Survey to provide systematic evidence on the extent of chilling effects among immigrant families before release of a final public charge rule.
This report examines changes in material hardship between 2017 and 2018 and finds that, despite a strong labor market, there was only modest progress in families’ ability to meet basic needs.
In this report, insurance experts share findings from a case assessing New York’s experience with its Surprise Billing law, five years in.
This report assesses trends in self-reported measures of general health, mental health, activity limitations, and obesity by educational attainment from 1997-2017.
America’s day-to-day readiness to manage health emergencies has improved significantly over the past six years according to a nationwide index of health security.
This report explores challenges associated with providing complex care in rural and frontier communities and outlines opportunities to ensure effective programs.
This report evaluates common methods for better using categorical income measures, such as the one in the BRFSS, to calculate income as a percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
This resource examines changes in health insurance coverage from 2016 to 2017 for children nationwide and in each state.
This table highlights new programs and federal initiatives to combat the opioid crisis.