Indiscriminate, across-the-board program cuts would harm the millions of elderly and poor beneficiaries enrolled in MA.
The proposed alternative payment model for hospital nursing would eliminate the incentive for hospitals to decrease spending ...
Implementation of the NSA is under way, but like any major health care reform, it has faced a range of challenges. With ...
During and immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of bills were introduced in state houses limiting the legal ...
Enhancing fairness: Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced support for a legislative package, “The Debt Fairness Act,” which ...
With all telehealth flexibilities expiring at the end of 2024, we advocate for the permanent adoption and coverage of ...
Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Christopher Hoover of California Department of Public Health on his ...
A new study, released ahead of print by Health Affairs, analyzed 112 judicial decisions from March 2020 through March 2023, ...
Over the past several years, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has reevaluated its approach to value-based ...
The US is one of only four countries in the world that routinely separates newborns from incarcerated birthing parents. On ...
Public health legal powers are increasingly under pressure from the courts in the United States. During the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and organizations successfully challenged many community ...
Health Affairs' Jeff Byers talks with Marianne Amoss about recent federal rulemaking activity over nursing facility staff ...