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Maine gov. submits proposal to expand Medicaid—and asks CMS to reject it

September 6, 2018


Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) is urging CMS to reject a Medicaid expansion proposal his administration submitted to the agency under court order.

South Dakota proposes Medicaid work requirements for caregivers, parents

August 30, 2018


South Dakota officials are seeking CMS' permission to implement a five-year pilot program, called the Career Connector program, that would impose work requirements on the state's traditional Medicaid beneficiaries who are caretakers or parents and live in two of the state's most populous counties.

'Win-win': Why this Ohio hospital entered the real-estate business

August 27, 2018


Nationwide Children's Hospital over the last decade has invested more than $6 million in the nearby Southern Orchards neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio—and the arrangement is turning out to be beneficial both for the hospital and its patients.

Court strikes down ACA tax on Medicaid managed care plans

August 24, 2018


A ruling from the U.S. District Court for the Northern Division of Texas states that a tax on Medicaid managed care plans implemented under the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional because it essentially resulted in the federal government taxing states.

LePage must comply with order to expand Medicaid, Maine's top court rules

August 24, 2018


Peter Steele, communications director for Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R), says a state Supreme Judicial Court ruling ordering the LePage administration to submit a Medicaid expansion plan to CMS "does not address the merits of the constitutional issues raised by [LePage]," and as such the LePage administration is considering its options.

The states that spend the most—and least—on health care, mapped

August 23, 2018


An analysis by 24/7 Wall Street found state spending on health in 2015 ranged from about $1,000 per capita to $3,000 per capita.

What Trump's drug pricing blueprint has done in its first 100 days, according to HHS

August 22, 2018


A new report from the Trump administration states that since President Trump released his drug pricing blueprint on May 11, "HHS has taken dozens of actions on the four strategies contemplated in the blueprint: increased competition, better negotiation, incentives for lower list prices, and reducing out-of-pocket costs."

Judge dismisses Kentucky gov.'s lawsuit over Medicaid work requirements

August 22, 2018


A federal judge's ruling in a countersuit filed by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's (R) administration over the state's proposed Medicaid work requirements means an initial lawsuit challenging the requirements can proceed in federal court in Washington, D.C., instead of being moved to Kentucky.

The 100 most influential people in health care, according to Modern Healthcare

August 20, 2018


Modern Healthcare's "100 Most Influential People in Healthcare" list, which was topped this year by President Trump, also recognizes dozens of hospital and health system executives, industry leaders, and more.

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