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CHIP funding jeopardy could hit children’s hospitals hard
Jan 17 | Beth Jones Sanborn
Hospitals with high Medicaid exposure in states running out of funds in the near-term are most at…
January CHIP deadline looms, 1.7M kids could lose coverage by end of February
Jan 15 | Beth Jones Sanborn
Without enough funding to cover March, many states would not be able to cover all children beyond February without accessing redistribution…
Jan 15 | Susan Morse
BPCI 2.0 is further evidence that CMS is continuing down the road road to value, triggering provider confidence and…
Why Montana boasts lower premiums than Wyoming
Jan 12 | Jeff Lagasse
Differences among midwestern states -- also including Iowa, Nebraska and North Dakota -- shine a…
Jan 11 | Susan Morse
States are facing a shortfall in the program that serves 9 million children if CHIP is not extended by the end of January.
Trump Administration sets work requirements for Medicaid
Jan 11 | Susan Morse
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said the new policy released on Thursday is for…
Jan 10 | Susan Morse
Insurers see the payments as one of the stabilizing factors in offering individual coverage through the Affordable Care…
Jan 10 | Susan Morse
The agency's Innovation Center said the new Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced model is…
drug prices
Jan 09 | Susan Morse
The former Eli Lilly CEO also told the Senate Finance Committee affordability and the opioid epidemic…
Medicaid payment errors
Jan 09 | Jessica Davis
While the number of states contributing data was up from 18 to 49, challenges hindered CMS'…

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