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August 2023

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This blog examines actions states can take to increase access to care for substance use disorder among pregnant and postpartum people.

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 shares data on how states are monitoring the impacts of the resumption of eligibility redeterminations and disenrollments.

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 tracks trends in adult health insurance coverage rates as states “unwind” the Medicaid continuous coverage requirement.

Report

08.2023 / By Urban Institute

This report explores findings from a 2023 symposium that explored why racial and ethnic inequities still exist.

Report

08.2023 / By Urban Institute

This report shows the share of immigrant families who have avoided safety net programs due to green card concerns in 2022. 

Brief

08.2023 / By Urban Institute

This brief examines whether neighborhood conditions vary with children who rely on Medicaid or CHIP for coverage.

Brief

This brief describes existing payment barriers and opportunities for primary care providers serving children to work toward financially sustaining care transformation.

Toolkit

This toolkit identifies opportunities and explores strategies to improve call center functionality.

Blog

This blog shares individual-level surveys of people who were enrolled in Medicaid during the continuous coverage requirement to help answer whether people are gaining employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) upon leaving Medicaid coverage and why some successfully renewed while others could not. 

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This blog shares why Marketplace plans will likely be an alternative source of health coverage for only a modest number of people, especially for children, who lose their Medicaid coverage due to unwinding. 

Blog

This blog shares the findings of CHIR's research into the rate requests from select states with early rate filing deadlines to see what’s behind the premiums consumers could be facing in 2024, both on- and off-Marketplace.

Blog

08.2023 / By Benefits Data Trust

BDT compared two groups with similar demographic characteristics – where one group was enrolled in SNAP and the other was not – and the data showed that the people participating in SNAP incurred healthcare costs that were 16% lower and pharmacy costs that were 21% lower. 

Blog

This blog includes takeaways from an ASTHO technical package, summarizing a select group of related interventions that, taken together, help achieve and sustain improvements related to risk factors for CS or health outcomes. 

Blog

This blog shares the steps federal and state policymakers have taken to eliminate PFAS from ground water and drinking water and to mitigate exposure to these forever chemicals.

Blog

08.2023 / By AcademyHealth

The blog explores why improving collection of and access to high-quality data is imperative in helping policymakers understand and develop effective solutions to address mechanisms that lead to poor maternal health outcomes.

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 introduces a new National Governors Association guide, designed to make transformational change in a system that has historically failed mothers and babies.

Publication

This publication explores how Medicaid enrollees searching for new health plans on the private market are facing aggressive and misleading marketing of limited benefit products that often fail to protect consumers from the steep cost of healthcare.

Blog

This blog examines the role of state advisory councils in emergency preparedness planning and how public health leaders can create a public health ethics committee to ensure equitable resources allocation during an emergency response.

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This blog explores how ASTHO and the CDC partnered with subject matter experts to improve overdose death reporting accuracy.

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This blog post examines the youth mental health and loneliness crises and shares how public health agencies can work alongside schools to address these crises through social connection.

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