This report analyzes commercial insurers’ experiences competing in marketplaces with managed care organizations, which only offered coverage within public programs prior to ACA implementation.
This FAQ examines who will be affected by the Department of Homeland Security's final public charge rule, what benefits are implicated, and how the rule might be administered.
These two reports provide national and state-level trends in suicide deaths from 2000 to 2017.
Paul needed a kidney transplant to save his life, and couldn't have afforded the costs without Medicaid.
When Stacia needed treatment for substance use and mental health, Medicaid covered her care.
This report investigates what is motivating states to transition to full state-based marketplace status, assesses the benefits and risks of such a switch, and identifies considerations for other states considering a similar move.
When Sheila's daughter was born with birth defects, Sheila couldn't afford her care. Then she found Medicaid.
This issue brief examines how state Medicaid agencies, families, advocates, providers and other stakeholders can partner to improve access to services for Medicaid-enrolled children with special health care needs.