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March 2023

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This blog discusses opportunities and considerations to utilize strategies to minimize coverage loss as states reinstate Medicaid redeterminations.

Blog

This blog discusses the proposed revisions to OMB Directive No. 15 and comments and considerations from State Health Access Data Assistance Center.

Blog

This blog examines State Health Access Data Assistance Center's comments aimed at supporting the adoption of a revised set of federal standards for collecting race/ethnicity data.

Article

03.2023 / By Health Impact Project

This article discusses experts' reflections on the role of health centered assessments and approaches in decision-making related to health equity.

Blog

This blog discusses actions government officials have been taking to promote continuity of coverage to minimize the number of people who become uninsured or face a gap in coverage.

Blog

This blog discusses upcoming changes that will help ensure all school meals align with the dietary pattern outlined in the Dietary Guidelines. 

Blog

This blog examines the role of breastfeeding in early childhood nutrition security, how states have been promoting breastfeeding and nutrition security, and recommendations for state and territorial agencies. 

Commentary

This commentary highlights how Medicaid covered essential supplies Kerstin needed to manage her cerebral palsy.

Commentary

This commentary examines how Medicaid supported Noah when he lost out on an opportunity to work in Colombia due to the COVID-19 pandemic and had to return to the United States without health insurance.

Report

This report examines the quality of race and ethnicity data for Medicaid/CHIP-enrolled children in the 2018 and 2019 TAF.

Report

This report estimates the effects and costs of two national policies that would limit the financial burdens of premiums for Part B and Part D faced by Medicare enrollees with low incomes. 

Blog

This blog discusses how some states have initiated plans to publish a data dashboard to monitor progress given the intense focus on coverage transitions during the unwinding.

Blog

03.2023 / By Benefits Data Trust

This blog examines three key strategies Benefits Data Trust believes will help streamline the transition for government staff and Medicaid recipients.

Blog

This blog examines the fundamental differences in vaccine exemption type, their impact on a community, and strategies to reduce exemptions. 

Blog

With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health is leading a multi-phased project to assess whether identifying a set of key equity-related indicators and populating them into a centralized “Medicaid Equity Monitoring Tool” could be a helpful, feasible, and reliable way of tracking and advancing health equity in Medicaid.

Brief

03.2023 / By Urban Institute

This brief examines past-due medical debt among non elderly adults and their families using nationally representative survey data collected in June 2022.

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Commentary

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.

Blog

This blog reviews the primary drivers of the erosion occurring in ESI and identifies three recognized policy options to improve affordability: regulating prices, reducing anti-competitive behavior, and improving price transparency.

Commentary

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.

Factsheet

This factsheet shares the federal financial incentives for Medicaid expansion remaining available to non-expansion following the conclusion of the continuous coverage requirement. .

Report

03.2023 / By Urban Institute

This report highlights how communities of color counter structural racism and oppression by creating culturally effective community-based programming that promotes equitable outcomes for people who use drugs.

Blog

This blog provides a checklist of actions state-based Marketplaces and state departments of insurance can take to reduce gaps in coverage and minimize disruptions in care.

Blog

This blog examines the importance of ERISA, NASHP's model act to prohibit anticompetitive contracts, and ERISA's implications.

Blog

This blog highlights updates to the Center On Health Insurance Reforms' Navigator Resource Guide to help consumers and enrollment assisters during the unwinding.

Webinar & Presentations

This webinar highlights how Denver Health, a health system in Colorado, is implementing a trauma-and resilience-informed approach into organizational policy and practice, while also focusing on addressing systemic racism and biases.

Blog

This blog highlights federal action limiting flavors for combustible cigarettes and cigars, cigarettes and other nicotine products; state bans on Tobacco flavors, including menthol.

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