Posts for Medicaid and Medicaid Expansion

States Report that Closing the Coverage Gap is Good for Budgets

The evidence confirming that closing the coverage gap is good for working families and state budgets continues to pile up.

Closing the Gap in Kentucky Brings Better Coverage, New Jobs, State Savings, and a Boost to Providers

Good news from Kentucky provides compelling evidence that closing the gap is the right decision, and we hope other states take note.

Moving CHIP Forward: Discussion Draft Demands Response

Yesterday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Hatch (R-UT), House E&C Chairman Upton (R-MI), and Representative Pitts (R-PA) released a discussion draft that outlines their vision for the future of CHIP.

Cross-Post: Will dental therapists “change the world” (of U.S. dental care) in 2015?

Change is hard. Change takes time. Change is worth fighting for especially when it relates to improving access to oral health care.

The Smart Shopper's Guide to Medicaid Managed Care Plans

In this season of giving, Community Catalyst has teamed up with the Kaiser Family Foundation to create an online tool that gathers in one place, for the first time, key data on the records of these companies.

Transforming Our Health System: Bringing Drug and Alcohol Treatment into the Fold

With more people gaining access to care, this is a crucial time to strengthen the way we provide and pay for health care. Integrating services for drug and alcohol problems with other care can play a big role in transforming the health system.

50 State Report: Let’s keep fighting for children’s coverage

Following years of decline, uninsurance rate for children are holding steady, according to a report that Georgetown Center for Children and Families released today. Their annual 50-state report provides a detailed picture of kids’ coverage at the state and national...

Closing the Coverage Gap Won’t Accelerate State Medicaid Spending

We covered more people, and spending went up as a result – this isn’t a particularly interesting story. But the data actually tells a far more intriguing story, buried just a little deeper in the report.

Celebrating Milestones and Acknowledging Challenges Ahead for Latino Health Coverage

Since today is the last day of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are celebrating the gains in health care coverage for Latinos since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect.