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Republicans struggle to agree on healthcare bill before self-imposed deadline

It's not just the Medicaid expansion that's hampering Senate Republicans from reaching agreement. It's also how fast the federal contribution to Medicaid spending will be allowed to grow.

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Are GOP's proposed Medicaid cuts paltry? Not if you have to look a patient in the eye

A prominent conservative health policy expert downplayed the financial impact of the Republican proposal to cap Medicaid spending. That may be a sign that supporters of the GOP's repeal-and-replace drive are nervous about the growing political backlash to cutting Medicaid.

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Modern Healthcare's behavioral health special report Facebook Live: Catch the replay

Modern Healthcare hosted a Facebook Live session June 14 with Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock and reporters Steven Ross Johnson and Harris Meyer, discussing our latest special report on behavioral health. Watch the session in replay.

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Senate GOP moderates signal openness to ending Medicaid expansion funding

Moderate Republican senators from Medicaid expansion states are dropping their opposition to ending the Affordable Care Act's enhanced federal funding for expansion as they embrace the idea of winding down that funding over several years.

Consumers catch break as healthcare spending and pricing slow

Healthcare hiring, pricing and spending are all falling, providing relief to and partially being driven by consumers, according to analysis released Thursday by think-tank Altarum Institute.

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GOP senators gloomy about repeal prospects, but watch out for House repeat

The seeming impasse among Senate Republicans in reaching agreement on how to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act feels like déjà vu all over again.

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