Two Connecticut regulators last week upheld a controversial state tax on hospitals' net patient revenue, opening the door for dozens of hospitals to take their challenge to court.
When given a choice, most Medicaid beneficiaries are willing to pay for healthcare coverage and are more proactive about their care when they do, according to an analysis by Anthem's Public Policy Institute.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is proposing sweeping Medicaid changes that would make it harder for Kentuckians to keep their coverage. He threatens to cancel the Medicaid expansion if HHS doesn't approve his plan.
Texas can proceed with cutting $350 million from a Medicaid program that provides therapy for disabled children after a lawsuit stalled at the state's highest court.
The state’s Republican governor, Doug Ducey, wants to transition Arizona from a traditional Medicaid expansion put in place by his predecessor to a more conservative one.
Consolidation in the insurance industry means Medicaid beneficiaries have fewer coverage options under managed care, according to a new analysis from PWC.
The CMS is teaming up with state Medicaid directors to set guidelines for managed Medicaid plans to ensure network adequacy.
Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee have joined the chorus calling for an investigation into Medicaid's handling of manufacturer rebates for EpiPen.
Michigan's alternative approach to Medicaid expansion is showing early signs of success, a new audit reveals.
Hospitals and states say a proposed change to the way Medicaid pays hospitals that serve high levels of Medicaid and uninsured patients could be illegal and would destabilize safety net hospitals if finalized.
The CMS says some Medicare beneficiaries are receiving tax credits to purchase insurance through the Affordable Care Act marketplace. The agency is warning them to cancel their exchange coverage immediately and pay back the credit they've received.
Texas hospitals could incur $8.2 billion annually in unreimbursed Medicaid and uninsured care costs even after a Medicaid expansion.