September 2019

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09.2019 / By Urban Institute

This report explores what child care challenges parents with Medicaid work requirements may face, and suggests parents may struggle to find care that is affordable, good quality, accessible, and available for nontraditional or unpredictable work schedules.

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09.2019 / By Urban Institute

This brief explores state variation in health insurance coverage changes during implementation of the primary health insurance coverage reforms of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) using data from the 2013 and 2017 American Community Survey. 

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09.2019 / By Urban Institute

This brief describes interviews with 10 Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Advantage experts, and social service providers to discuss new benefits added under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' increased flexibility in plan year 2019.

Report

This report provides an overview of the behavioral health system’s engagement in Medicaid value-based payment (VBP) models and provides policy recommendations to support VBP adoption.

Commentary

09.2019 / By That's Medicaid

When Jennifer and Jerry welcomed their daughter into the family, Medicaid gave her a healthy start.

Commentary

09.2019 / By That's Medicaid

When Hannah and Martin's son was born, he needed immediate open-heart surgery. Medicaid covered their son’s birth, surgery, and follow-up care.

Report

09.2019 / By Urban Institute

This report updates previous analysis of the coverage and health spending implications of Healthy America and analyzes two additional options: one without an individual requirement and one that would lead to universal coverage for all legal residents of the US.

Webinar & Presentations

This webinar reviewed the Department of Homeland Security's final version of its public charge rule, highlighted changes from the proposed rule, and explored the rule’s potential impacts on consumers, states and providers.

Commentary

09.2019 / By That's Medicaid

Soon after Gail was diagnosed with breast cancer, she lost her job and her health insurance. Medicaid was a lifeline.

Commentary

This blog outlines how states like Oregon and Connecticut go beyond federal requirements to ensure that hospital community benefit spending is substantial, meets community needs, and addresses state goals in exchange for tax exemptions.

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