March 26, 2019
The Department of Justice in a legal filing Monday said a federal appeals court should strike down the entire Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional, changing its previous position that the court should only strike down parts of the law.
March 25, 2019
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) on Friday announced the state in 2021 will begin operating its own Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchange so state policymakers "have the ability to further protect New Jersey from actions taken by the Trump administration to roll back the hard-fought protections afforded by the ACA."
March 22, 2019
HHS has received about 18,000 comments on its proposal to overhaul the U.S. drug rebate system—and many of the largest industry stakeholders have yet to weigh in.
American Health Line rounds up the latest health care news in the states.
March 21, 2019
Around 11% of U.S. adults skipped medication doses in order to reduce their prescription drug costs, including just over one-third of uninsured adults, according to a data brief from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics.
Three advocacy groups on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for approving a Medicaid waiver in New Hampshire that allows the state to eliminate retroactive Medicaid coverage and impose work requirements on certain beneficiaries.
March 19, 2019
New data from CMS' Drug Spending Dashboards show drugs with only one manufacturer have driven the largest increases in Medicare and Medicaid drug spending.
March 18, 2019
CMS on Friday approved Ohio's request to implement Medicaid work requirements—with the approval coming one day after lawyers for the Trump administration defended Medicaid work requirements in court.
More than 440 rural nursing homes have closed over the past decade due to shifting payment policies and low Medicaid reimbursements—sometimes forcing patients to move hundreds of miles away on short notice to find care.
March 15, 2019
Lawyers for the Trump administration on Thursday defended CMS' decision to approve Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky, while the agency separately issued new guidance intended to help states evaluate such requirements.
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