Posts for Medicaid and Medicaid Expansion

Deadline Approaching: Help Us Push Back Against Harmful Changes to Public Charge Rule!

Immigrant families remain the target of unjust policies that threaten their access to health care services and increase the fear of family separation. One of these latest attacks is the proposed changes to the public charge policy.

HHS Re-approves Kentucky HEALTH Waiver Despite Devastating Coverage Losses

Yesterday, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) re-approved the Kentucky HEALTH Medicaid Section 1115 application waiver, which imposes harmful changes to Medicaid such as a work requirements.

Behind the headlines: How support for Medicaid shaped the midterms

Utah, Nebraska and Idaho are the three most obvious illustrations of this phenomenon.

For People Living with HIV/AIDS, the Revised Public Charge Rule Could Mean Life or Death

Expansion of 'public charge' would incite a public health crisis and worsen the HIV/AIDS epidemic by undermining the ability of immigrants living with HIV/AIDS meet their health care needs.

The Takeaway: Who Are You Going To Believe, Me Or Your Own (Lying) Eyes?

In the past week we have seen Republican leaders such as the President and Senate Majority Leader along with many House and Senate candidates take to the media to try to persuade the public that they will protect people with pre-existing conditions.

Policy-Community Partnerships in Oral Health Advocacy: An Example in Celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month

Latinx advocates have been leaders and partners in the strong health advocacy work across the country. In Virginia, advocates played a key role in the recent Medicaid expansion victory.

Integrating Care for Kids: A New Model and a Promising Opportunity

This is the first of two blogs on Integrated Care for Kids (InCK). Stay tuned for our upcoming blog on leveraging InCK for substance use prevention.

Back-to-School Checklist: Pencil, Notebooks, Backpack... Health Insurance?

Some children will show up nervous, some will show up excited and others will show up disappointed that summer is over. But, to us, the most important question is, will they show up insured?

The Verdict Is In: Arkansas Works Isn’t Working

A new report officially confirms all suspicions about whether Medicaid work requirements lead to coverage losses. Recently, the state of Arkansas, which began implementing its work requirement program, Arkansas Works, in June, reported that almost 7,500 individuals didn’t comply with...
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