This commentary shares how Medicaid supports individuals with cerebral palsy.
This brief shares findings that show the need for greater language accessibility resources in healthcare settings for AANHPI adults with limited English proficiency.
This blog explores the effect of gender-based discrimination on healthcare access.
This blog delves into specific actions states can take to minimize gaps in coverage for consumers who become ineligible for Medicaid.
This blog discusses how stigma and misunderstanding of HIV transmission has led to policies that discriminate against people living with HIV or against people who have been disproportionately impacted by HIV.
This commentary shares how Colorado’s Medicaid program supports small business owners.
This brief provides estimates on the effects and costs of three national policies that would limit the financial burdens faced by low-income Medicare enrollees.
This blog looks at how and to which sectors the cities allocated their money.
This report breaks down the estimate that if the PHE expires in April 2023, 18.0 million people will lose Medicaid coverage in the following 14 months.
This blog looks into how the adequacy of these plans has been eroding over time, and it presents policy options that may control and reduce healthcare prices and alleviate the burden on many low-income working Americans.
This brief provides a practical guide for states that are designing and implementing doula coverage under Medicaid.
This blog reviews considerations for California's Medi-Cal managed care plans as they fortify provider networks to ensure that older adults and people with disabilities have their health and social needs met.
This webinar highlights findings from a Center for Health Care Strategies report on early lessons for using PBP models in Medicaid.
This blog highlights two agencies whose unique collaborations with healthcare and public health have allowed them to effectively promote flu vaccinations within their communities.
This blog reviews why taking stock during pandemic recovery and preparing for the challenges ahead presents a unique moment to build and strengthen trust in public health with young adults.
This commentary explores how Medicaid supports individuals who have grown up in the foster system.
This issue brief summarizes the key policy changes established through the Oregon and Massachusetts waiver renewals (and reinforced through the Arizona and Arkansas approvals) and discusses key implications for states.
This issue brief documents how REL data are collected by the Medicaid programs in the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories.
This blog discusses why supporting adolescent girls’ mental, emotional, and social needs may significantly improve population health outcomes later in life.
This blog reviews jurisdictions that continue to implement policies to reduce tobacco and nicotine use, including increasing tobacco prices, expanding areas deemed “smoke-free,” limiting the sale of flavored tobacco products, and supporting tobacco cessation programs.
This blog looks into the steps health agencies often must take to prevent infectious disease spread through mitigating disease risks of contaminated water, establishing surveillance systems, vaccinating those at high risk for infection, communicating risk effectively, and monitoring endemic diseases.