This blog discusses Rhode Island's new program that will automatically enroll consumers determined ineligible for Medicaid into a qualified health plan offered through HealthSource RI, the state’s health insurance marketplace.
This blog is part of a series on unwinding strategies for states and highlights ideas from earlier works on issues like continuity of care, health equity implications, etc., and offers new ones for states to consider to support continuity of coverage.
This brief reviews California’s approach to expanding health coverage to all lower-income residents, regardless of immigration status, in an effort to help the state’s 3.2 million remaining uninsured, of which 65% are undocumented.
In this webinar, experts from Bailit Health reviewed a new resource, Addressing Health-Related Social Needs Through Medicaid Managed Care, which describes approaches to require and/or incentivize Medicaid plans to address health-related social needs.
Despite the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s health insurance landscape remained relatively stable during 2021. This blog focuses exclusively on coverage trends for Californians under age 65.
This blog discusses the delicate balance that must be achieved between different policy goals in the case that value assessment methodologies discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
This blog reviews a report published by the task force on recommendations for creating a “Bridge Program” by using Section 1331 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which authorizes state-based Basic Health Programs (BHP).
This toolkit includes resources developed for states to customize based on their unique needs, program eligibility criteria, and environments to support outreach and education efforts to drive enrollment in new or existing health coverage programs.