That’s Medicaid shares stories of people covered by Medicaid at critical points in their lives, underscoring the importance of stable health insurance coverage to building a nationwide Culture of Health.
This blog highlights the benefits of using federal matching funds to help states hire more people, raise wages, and temporarily bring back retired workers, and pay overtime.
As states prepare to unwind the COVID-19 pandemic-related Medicaid continuous coverage requirement and resume terminations of coverage as soon as April 1, this blog examines how they could streamline eligibility determinations for older adults and people with disabilities, who face unique challenges with the Medicaid enrollment and renewal process.
This webinar highlights promising strategies for inviting youth perspectives to inform pediatric practice transformation efforts.
This blog examines how working with trusted messengers and crafting informative and compelling legislative testimony could increase vaccine confidence among elected leaders and navigate current legislative sessions.
This publication presents a checklist that provides an overview of the minimum redetermination requirements states must follow, and identifies some common red flags that may indicate failures by the Medicaid agency to meet those requirements.
This commentary shares the story of Leah and her work ensuring that members of her community receive the support they need with the assistance of Medicaid.
This blog reviews a new report that explores the high stakes for children when the continuous coverage protection expires.
This blog examines Health Data for Action grantee Carrie McAdam-Marx's journey to take her research on insulin out-of-pocket costs to policymakers on Capitol Hill.
This blog presents findings from a study aimed at producing estimates of ACE exposure for different demographic groups.
This blog examines legislative initiatives to increase AED and CPR Training and challenges of equity in AED and CPR training.
This commentary describes how Alabama’s Medicaid program provided Matthew with home- and community-based assistance, and the freedom to hire his own care team.
This blog outlines the relevant reporting requirements that were included in the CAA and the corresponding reporting guidance provided by CMS.
This blog highlights the variety of activities undertaken to implement the family glitch fix.
This blog explores state initiatives to increase access to childcare services while ensuring licensed care centers and workforce.
This blog discusses how business’ place-based investments can advance health, wellbeing, and equity.
This commentary explores Sarah's Medicaid journey and how program expansion in South Dakota helped cover her child's hospital expenses.
This issue brief outlines the ways in which such efforts can improve communication, lead to more effective and efficient programs, and result in ongoing collaboration with people who have experienced state-run systems and services.
This blog explores how State Interagency Councils on Homelessness (ICHs) can serve as a promising mechanism to coordinate various state and local partners and develop and implement plans to end homelessness.
This blog covers key considerations to account for as the unwinding begins, including a newly announced special enrollment period (SEP).
This fact sheet explores California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal initiatives that have a direct impact on seniors and people with disabilities while offering additional opportunities for California to address health equity and improve care for underserved populations.
On January 26, 2023, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) approved California’s request to provide a targeted set of Medicaid services to youth and adults in state prisons, county jails, and youth correctional facilities for up to 90 days prior to release.
This webinar highlights the importance of including fathers in patient and family engagement to improve pediatric care.
This webinar discusses opportunities to achieve engagement and trust between safety-net health systems and communities.
This blog examines recommendations state and territorial health officials should consider to strengthen trust within public health practice.