The Trump Administration and Congress have come together to expand benefits for chronically ill older Americans. Specifically people with multiple long-term illnesses. Solutions include nutrition, transportation, and housing. For more information please see The New York Times.
Monthly Archives: June 2018
States are increasing waiver requests to help modify their Medicaid programs. Waivers include work requirements and funding for mental health. Please see FierceHealthcare for more information.
The preexisting conditions protection of the Affordable Care Act is being challenged in district court. If the plaintiffs win and the provision is removed, 52 million Americans under the age of 65 would be at risk of losing coverage essentially returning to the way things were before the ACA. For more information please see The… Read more »
Seventy-four health plans were filed for Washington State’s 2019 individual and family health insurance market. The average rate increase across the plans is 19.08%. Eleven insurers filed the plans. There will be no counties without insurers for 2019, though 14 will only have one option. You can read more here.