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Biden Administration Slow to Act As Millions Are Booted Off Medicaid, Advocates Say

Advocates from around the country say problems with the government forms, websites and phone lines have led to the high number of people losing Medicaid. read more >
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Cracking the Code: Understanding Contractual Allowances in Arkansas HospitalsLock Icon

Contractual discounts vary widely, although they typically average more than 50% of the initial billed amount. read more >

Hospitals Question UnitedHealthcare’s Rates

Tough negotiations over reimbursement rates prompt another hospital to consider dropping UnitedHealthcare. read more >
Health Care / Insurance

Biden Administration Urges Arkansas, Other States to Slow Down on Dropping People From Medicaid

In Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, New Hampshire and Oklahoma, about half or more of those whose eligibility cases were completed in April or May lost their Medicaid coverage. read more >
Health Care

Medicaid Plans to Audit the Prices of Costliest Drugs

Under the proposal, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services would require as many as 10 drug makers every year to furnish the government with proprietary and non-proprietary information as evidence to support the price it charges states. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care

Medicaid Coverage for New Moms Gaining Support in GOP States

The shift in GOP support for postpartum Medicaid coverage is occurring in some states that have severely limited or outlawed abortion access. read more >
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Health Care / Insurance / Media & Marketing

Medicare Enrollees Warned About Deceptive Marketing Schemes

Staff at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are on the trail. They are secretly shopping for plans by calling the numbers linked to some online, TV and newspaper ads placed by these marketing firms, according to an agency memo sent to insurers last month. read more >