This commentary explores what states have learned during the COVID-19 health crisis that could improve their long-term services and supports programs during and beyond the pandemic.
This report seeks to identify ways in which the opioid crisis is affecting children in families touched by drug use; how parents or caregivers could be better supported; and how service providers and systems could better support families.
This conversation explores the ways in which Louisiana continues to provide harm reduction services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief explores impediments and accelerants to advancing health equity as states are increasingly being called upon to drive change.
This brief explores the shares of a typical nongroup insurance premium attributable to essential health benefits and estimates the financial implications should they be eliminated from the nongroup insurance benefit package.
This report describes emerging opportunities and contributing success factors for advancing multi-sector data-sharing partnerships to improve health and well-being and advance equity.
This brief explores the ways in which public and private health insurance coverage options bolstered by the Affordable Care Act are mitigating the impact of employer-sponsored insurance losses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report explores key considerations and outlines promising tactics for states to use in evaluating new Medicaid policies.
This commentary examines state-based health insurance marketplaces' efforts to actively connect consumers to health insurance coverage during the annual open enrollment period that launched Nov. 1.
This tool helps states gather detailed information from hospitals about their community benefit expenditures and activities during the pandemic.
This map current state activity related the Affordable Care Act’s Section 1332 waivers.
This podcast explores strategies public-sector leaders have implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This guide provides answers to frequently asked questions about selecting and using health insurance coverage and applying for financial help for 2021's open enrollment period.
This commentary explores recent federal efforts to expand private insurance coverage of a COVID-19 vaccine, and provides a roadmap for states to close remaining coverage gaps that could inhibit vaccine uptake.
This commentary considers ways states could potentially redirect insurers’ extra cash to benefit policyholders and the public.
This report examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced health systems, including perinatal services and support providers, to rely on telehealth, or the remote provision of care through telecommunications technology, to reach their clients.
This report explores the strengths and deficiencies of maternal health care financing in the United States and the ways current policies and practices contribute to inequitable maternal health outcomes.
This report uses data from September 11–28, 2020 to compare food insecurity in September with levels earlier in the pandemic after major relief legislation was passed.
This report assesses how adults and their families were faring six months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report explores the ways in which Medicaid and CHIP largely transfer funding from higher-income states to lower-income states.
This brief explores the ways in which various organizations worked together to improve access to and use of tobacco cessation benefits among Minnesota's Medicaid population with the goal of reducing commercial tobacco use in this population.
This podcast episode examines how good public administration works applies in practice, featuring the experiences of two Medicaid directors.