Non-Emergency Medical Transportation: Pathway to Better Health Outcomes

Even with health care coverage, Medicaid beneficiaries still find themselves facing numerous barriers to accessing the care they need and achieving better health outcomes. One barrier that continues to cause serious access problems is transportation.

Louisiana Is a Health Care Innovator (Yes, Louisiana!)

Louisiana is the leading the way when it comes to being innovative to improve the lives of its citizens. Our new Governor John Bel Edwards boldly campaigned that he would expand Medicaid in a deeply red state.

What’s the Buzz on Closing the Coverage Gap to Fight Zika?

This month, the first wave of locally-transmitted Zika virus infections in the continental United States in Florida could signal the escalation of a public health crisis with lasting consequences.

The Takeaway: Oh Aetna, Aetna, Aetna

Without a doubt the biggest health policy/politics story of last week was Aetna’s announced pullout from a large number of ACA markets.

The Takeaway: Are We Seeing the Last Gasp of Repeal and Replace? (Maybe Kinda Sorta)

It's been a surprising electoral campaign in many respects, but from a health policy standpoint, what isn't happening is perhaps as surprising as what is happening.

Connecticut’s Summer Slog

Transitioning between Medicaid and Marketplace coverage can create health care potholes for consumers, placing them in harm’s way. Transitioning coverage can be further complicated by challenges with health literacy and health insurance literacy

Eldercare Voices: A New Initiative to Diffuse Geriatric Expertise Throughout the Health Care Workforce

Elizabeth (Libbie) Bragg, PhD, RN Between 2011 and 2029, ten thousand Americans will be turning 65 every day. By 2030, when all the Baby Boomers will have reached that age, the cohort of Americans 65-and-over will have increased from 40 million...

A Deeper Look at the Critical Role of Community Health Centers in Advocacy

Community health centers have traditionally been the primary source of care for underserved populations with the greatest health needs.

Massachusetts Takes Important Step To Protect Infants Amid Opioid Crisis

As states across the country look for ways to combat the ongoing opioid crisis, one overlooked issue is how we address the impact of this crisis on our communities’ youngest.