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Center on Budget Apr 22
Health care coverage is at risk for hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans due to inadequate federal funding:
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Emily Eckert 15h
" expansion may be helping to reduce racial disparities in one of the most important health indicators of a society—birth outcomes related to infant mortality." New in JAMA:
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JoCasta Zamarripa Apr 18
36 other states, many led by GOP, have accepted expansion. The health of the people of Wisconsin should come before politics. Period.
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Erin O'Neill 13h
⁩ in the news: Cancer group launches $4.5M campaign to boost expansion - POLITICO
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Kaiser Family Foundation Apr 21
Although outpatient drugs account for a small share of all spending (6%, after accounting for rebates), spending on this service is expected to grow faster than most other Medicaid services in the next decade. Learn more in our analysis:
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Social Interest Solutions Apr 23
between public-benefit programs is already possible. We explore how in our latest white paper, "Maximizing Linkages."
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Aurora Police Dept 7h
Scammers use ruse to get & info from the government healthcare users, senior communities and low-income neighborhoods. We had 2 in Aurora. Share this with those in your life who may be most vulnerable to scams. See image below for more info.
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Obamacare 14h
"A major part of the — the expansion of the program — may play a role in shrinking the gap in premature birth and low birth weight between black and white infants born in the U.S., according to a new study."
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Community Solutions 6h
In the proposed , $57 million will be invested to, among other things, increase access to behavioral health in schools, support multi-system youth and increase lead testing . Read our latest State Budgeting Matters here!
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National Health Law Program 14h
The ’s advocacy arm is launching a $4.5 million campaign that aims to break GOP resistance to expansion in several states debating whether to join the program. By at
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Children's Apr 22
visited today, touring our new Heart Catheterization Lab (the 1st of its kind for kids in the world!) & meeting w/ a patient family and staff. We’re grateful for his engagement & support of the ACE Kids Act, which will improve for kids. 🇺🇸
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Community Solutions Apr 23
plays a critical role in covering children w. special health needs writes . This is true for low-income and middle-income families. But access to the program for these kids could be at risk - learn how and why here.
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Modern Medicaid Alliance Apr 23
Some rural veterans can face two-day trips to access care services. saves precious time by helping them access local doctors and hospitals.
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ChildrensPartnership Apr 23
Did you know? pays ~$4B yrly in school-based health services. Schools depend on this $$ to connect students to vital health resources — 68% of school superintendents said they used these funds to keep nurses, counselors, & speech therapists on staff.
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Candace Webb 8h
Thanks, ! I couldn't agree more: supporting local & state education & health leaders to take action to tap the existing potential of to meet the unmet health needs for is necessary to address & mitigate the harms of the
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Loren Anthes Apr 22
Block grants have been identified as a potential tool to curbing costs in but what are the ramifications of this policy choice? Take a look at my latest blog about how such a move could affect children's health here:
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HealthEC 10h
Exhibitor hall opens tomorrow at 7:30 AM. Hear experts discuss what providers and their teams can do to be as efficient as possible. Workflow enhancement, team optimization, and using resources through our single-platform solution! |
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Administrator Seema Verma 10h
As one of CMS’s strategic priorities for 2019, we are redoubling efforts to better serve older adults and people with disabilities dually eligible for & . Read more in my blog post:
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NC Child 8h
The health care coverage gap hurts rural hospitals. ✖️4 NC rural hospitals have closed since 2014 ✖️40% of remaining NC rural hospitals run on deficits. ✖️Nationwide, 82% of rural hospital closures were in states that did not expand .
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Judy Solomon Apr 22
Federal funding for Puerto Rico's program faces a cliff later this year. My new paper explains why it needs an ongoing commitment of federal funds not just to keep it going but to make it better.
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