Cost-sharing reductions (CSRs) are subsidies that assist individuals enrolled in the Health Insurance Marketplace by lowering out-of-pocket expenses for care. Uncertainty over the future of CSR funding has significant implications for Marketplace enrollees and insurers.
An overview of key provisions of the AHCA, as amended on March 20, 2017, and March 23, 2017, including proposed changes to Medicaid and the individual insurance market, as well as federal cost estimates.
Georgia has a long standing history of collaboration to assess and enhance the quality of survivorship care in the state with leaders who serve as members of the Georgia Cancer Control Consortium (GC3) to lead the Cancer Control Plan.
The objective of this research is to describe the Georgia Medicaid population who received care at a long-term acute care hospital, the type and volume of services provided by these long-term acute care hospitals, and the costs and outcomes of these services.
This Medicaid Policy and Business Team Policy Update covers the 1915(k) program in the four states who had approved State Plan Amendments (SPAs) as of December 31, 2014—California, Maryland, Montana, and Oregon, as well as several states who did not adopt SPAs.
Knowing how state level Medicaid policies are made and where they can be found can assist health policy researchers in identifying appropriate policies for research, as well as better formulating policy interventions.
This article explores the origins and structure of the Philanthropic Collaborative for a Healthy Georgia and examines its first initiative: to encourage the development of school health programs in Georgia public schools serving low-income children without access to health services.