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Feb 07 2023
President Biden's State of the Union address will include calls for insulin cost caps for privately insured patients and a renewed bid to close the Medicaid coverage gap in Republican-controlled states that haven't accepted the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion.
The big picture: Neither proposal has much of a chance, but the speech gives Biden a chance to draw contrasts withAxios
Jul 24 2023
‘Like a prison’: Top Arkansas psychiatrist accused of keeping patients against their will in huge Medicaid scam
A leading Arkansas psychiatrist is being investigated for falsely holding potentially hundreds of people in a giant Medicaid scam — with video footage showing him touring hospital hallways without spending any time with patients. Dr. Brian Hyatt, 50, is under investigation by state and federal authorities — and facing lawsuits from at least 26 patients who say they were kept against their willNew York Post (News)
Apr 03 2023
In a closet-sized windowless office, Kialah Marshall maintains an Excel spreadsheet with a prosaic title, “Medicaid Unwinding,” the source material for a mind-numbing routine.
Five days a week, she and a group of co-workers in a poor section of Kansas City, Missouri’s largest city, call 75 to 100 Medicaid recipients from a list of about 19,000 who receive care at Swope Health, aNew York Times (News)
Mar 23 2023
RALEIGH - A Medicaid expansion deal in North Carolina received final legislative approval on March 23, ending a decade of debate over whether the closely politically divided state should accept the federal government's coverage for hundreds of thousands of low-income adults. North Carolina is one of several Republican-led states that have begun considering expanding Medicaid after years ofAsheville Citizen-Times
Jan 17 2023
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Apr 29 2023
CONCORD — New Hampshire is among a handful of states that began removing people from Medicaid this month, but its efforts to ensure a smooth transition began nearly three years ago. After barring states from kicking people off the program during the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government is now requiring states to remove those who no longer qualify — either because their incomes are tooFosters Daily Democrat
Mar 03 2023
North Carolina legislative leaders announced they have struck a deal to expand access to Medicaid for hundreds of thousands of additional low-income state residents through Obamacare, an agreement that comes after years of debate. House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate leader Phil Berger, both Republicans, said they have reached a compromise that is expected to pass the state's General Assembly asWashington Examiner
Jun 01 2023
Some 52,000 South Dakotans will be eligible for Medicaid on July 1 after South Dakota voted to expand the program in November. But for some potential Medicaid participants, they can start the application process now in order to have health insurance come July 1. During an event Thursday, which saw one woman apply for Medicaid coverage at the Falls Community Clinic in Sioux Falls, doctors andArgus Leader
Aug 12 2022
Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) has reportedly finalized rules that prevent health care providers from billing the state's Medicaid program for gender-affirming medical treatments.
Politico reported on Thursday that the agency added new language to Medicaid program rules stating that it would not cover services for the treatment of gender dysphoria, including sexFox News (Online News)