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Congress, divided: What Tuesday's election results mean for health care

November 7, 2018

In Tuesday's midterm elections, Republicans expanded their Senate majority but lost control of the House—likely meaning the GOP effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act is dead, and giving Democrats new leverage to scrutinize President Trump's health policy choices.

Medicaid expansion, marijuana legalization, and more: See how states voted on our interactive map

November 7, 2018

Massachusetts voters rejected a controversial measure that would have allowed the state to set patient limits for nurses and voters, but three states voted to expand Medicaid. Explore these and other key initiatives on our interactive map.

Wisconsin becomes first non-expansion state to get approval for Medicaid work requirements

November 2, 2018

Gov. Scott Walker (R) says CMS approved the state's Medicaid waiver request to require beneficiaries meet work requirements, pay monthly premiums, and complete health-risk assessments.

In the states: Idaho Gov. backs Medicaid expansion, Washington to restrict sales of short-term health plans, and more

November 2, 2018

American Health Line rounds up the latest health care news in the states.

MACPAC wants Trump admin to pause on Medicaid work requirements

October 31, 2018

The Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission in a rare move will send a letter to HHS Secretary Alex Azar urging the Trump administration to pause on approving states' Medicaid work requirement requests and to make Arkansas slow down on implementing its work requirements.

How CMS wants to expand telehealth coverage in Medicare Advantage plans

October 30, 2018

CMS Administrator Seema Verma says the agency's newly proposed rule "would give Medicare Advantage plans more flexibility to innovate in response to patients' needs" by "allow[ing] additional telehealth benefits, which will promote access to care in a more convenient and cost-effective manner for patients."

Medicaid enrollment dropped—but spending stayed the same, survey finds

October 26, 2018

Medicaid spending in 2018 rose at the same rate as 2017, despite the program experiencing its first enrollment decline since 2007, according to Kaiser Family Foundation's annual survey of state Medicaid directors.

Is the 'tide turning' on the opioid epidemic? Trump admin, rolling out new efforts, says yes.

October 25, 2018

The Trump administration this week announced new efforts to combat the U.S. opioid epidemic, as President Trump signed into law a sweeping, bipartisan bill to address opioid misuse.

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