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March 2024

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03.2024 / By That's Medicaid

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.

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In this blog, the Center for Health Care Strategies examines how state agencies employ health literacy strategies to improve health equity.

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03.2024 / By Urban Institute

In this report, the Urban Institute identifies how the health system in Texas is advancing health equity by addressing the nonmedical drivers of health.

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This expert perspective reviews the healthcare policies and programs recently funded by Congress for FY 2024 as well as the Biden administration’s stated healthcare priorities for FY 2025.

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03.2024 / By Georgetown CCF

In this blog, The Georgetown University Center for Children and Families outlines and expands on the 10 "Do Nots" outlined in the bulletin.

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03.2024 / By Georgetown CCF

In this blog, the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families analyzes recent survey findings regarding the impact of Medicaid unwinding and enrollees' experiences.

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In this blog, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials contributors offer solutions for public health agencies to address burnout and improve retention among workers.

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CMS recently added new questions on the topic of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) to the application used by HealthCare.gov and released guidance for states that want to add the same questions to their Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program applications. This brief summarizes the guidance and presents several considerations for states as they look to improve their collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data.

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03.2024 / By Georgetown CCF

The Center for Children and Families (CCF) at Georgetown University analyzed  data on which states are taking longer than the federally regulated 45 days to process Medicaid applications for low-income children, families, and adults. This blog takes a look at some of the states taking longer than their allotted 45 days and the possible reasons behind it.

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03.2024 / By Academy Health

A new Health Affairs blog describes the cultural shift in Medicaid managed care post-COVID-19 to address the social needs of enrollees.

The Center for Children and Families (CCF) at Georgetown University scanned state Medicaid agency websites for information about the performance of individual managed care organizations (MCOs) for children, youth in foster care, and pregnant and postpartum women. This blog assesses CCF's findings and the financial transparency of state Medicaid agency websites

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This blog outlines vaccine coverage and payment policies for Medicaid and CHIP, and outlines strategies states can take to boost vaccine rates for children

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This brief highlights how pilot program efforts in Calif. are fostering innovative cross-sector collaboration to better serve people experiencing homelessness.

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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.

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This blog  tracks trends in adult health insurance coverage rates as states unwind the Medicaid continuous coverage requirement and continue redetermination procedures.

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This blog discusses resources to help state Medicaid leaders partner to connect more program enrollees with the WIC benefits they are qualified to receive.

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This blog highlights proposed key steps that must be taken to advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. 

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