What's Ahead for Health Care Reform in 2018?

Ashley Blackburn, senior policy analyst, was quoted in an article in Health Day on the uncertainty consumers are facing in their health insurance options given market instability in the current political environment.

In Clash Over Health Bill, a Growing Fear of ‘Junk Insurance’

Ashley Blackburn, senior policy analyst, was quoted in a New York Times article on the dangers of a possible return to substandard plans lacking the necessary transparency and protections consumers currently are assured of under the ACA.

Republican Legislation Would Devastate Home Care

A blog post in Huffington Post linked to "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

How Dental Therapists Can Address the Social and Racial Disparities in Access to Care

Albert Yee MD, MPH, Kristen McGlaston MS and Robert Restuccia MPA talk about the positive health equity implications of implementing dental therapists.

Many seniors in Iowa rely on Medicaid

An article in Quad City Times cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

The Health Care and Caregiving Our Parents Need

An article in NextAvenue referenced "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

Why Trumpcare Could Shift Cash Away From Skilled Nursing Facilities

An article in Skilled Nursing News cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

Senate Health Care Bill Pulls Back Medicaid Spending

An article in Home Health Care News cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

Proposed Federal Medicaid Caps Will Hurt Seniors. Here's Why

An opinion column in Forbes cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

700,000 Home Health Aides Could Lose Their Jobs Under Trumpcare

An article in Home Health Care News cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

Up to 713,000 Direct-Care Jobs Could Be Lost Under Proposed Medicaid Cuts: Report

An article in McKnight's Senior Living cited "Capping Medicaid," the report jointly produced by the Center and LeadingAge laying out the impacts per capita caps for Medicaid funding would have on the home care workforce.

A Consumer-Centered Framework For Quality: How Do We Get There From Here?

In this Health Affairs Blog, Center Director Ann Hwang introduces the concept of “consumer” and “production” quality measures, and what’s needed to fill the gap in consumer-centered measurement.

After House Approves GOP Health Care Bill, Mass. Health Leaders Express Grave Concerns

Rob Restuccia, executive director, is quoted talking about our pivot to the senate after the AHCA vote in the House.

Task force to review how hospitals put $$$ to use in community

Sue Sherry, deputy director, is quoted in a Lowell Sun article on how tax-exempt hospitals are executing their community benefit requirements in Massachusetts.

Ballooning bills: More U.S. hospitals pushing patients to pay before care

Jessica Curtis, a senior advisor at Community Catalyst, is quoted in this Reuters article on a recent trend where some hospitals are pushing people to pay before they are able to receive care.