July 28, 2020
For the first time since 2017, Medicaid enrollment has begun to increase, but not by as much as many analysts expected.
June 10, 2020
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Tuesday it would distribute relief funds to Medicaid providers following complaints from Congressional leaders about the payment delay.
May 18, 2020
Casa de Salud, a nonprofit clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, provides primary medical care, opioid addiction services and non-Western therapies, including acupuncture and reiki, to a largely low-income population. And, like so many other health care providers that serve as a safety net, its revenue—and its future—are threatened by the COVID-19 epidemic.
May 01, 2020
Community collaboration was a common theme throughout RISE’s two-day virtual event. Here are highlights from two case study sessions that offered an inside look at pilot programs that have proven partnership is key to addressing social determinants of health and improving population health outcomes.
April 09, 2020
The annual, two-day event will still feature the high-quality content that attendees are accustomed to but will now take place from the comfort of your home offices.
April 03, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has forced millions out of work and the federal-state health program for low-income people could face unprecedented strains as many states don’t necessarily have the resources or systems in place to meet the demand.
March 25, 2020
RISE looks at the latest actions from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to help state Medicaid agencies respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
March 16, 2020
New Medicaid guidance reveals what states must do in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
February 24, 2020
The two-day conference will be a one-stop shop for Medicaid stakeholders to hear from leading experts as they share clinical best practices, first-hand experiences and insights, and how to prepare for the push toward value-based care.
April 01, 2019
Despite the Trump administration’s desire to force some Medicaid beneficiaries to work to maintain their benefits, a federal judge has thrown a monkey wrench into the plan by ruling against work requirements in Kentucky and Arkansas. The ruling comes in the wake of a Kaiser Family Foundation issue brief that found thousands of recipients in Arkansas have lost coverage because they failed to comply with the work requirements.
February 11, 2019
Thomas Duncan of Trusted Health Plan, John Lovelace of UPMC Health Plan, and Jim Milanowski of Genesee Health Plan will discuss the evolving landscape of Medicaid and ROI of social determinants of health as part of a panel to kick off the Medicaid Managed Care Leadership Summit in Chicago.