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.

‘Everybody knows somebody’: This state is a laboratory for the future of Alzheimer’s in America

Marc Cohen, research director for the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation, is quoted in this STAT article talking about how Medicaid caps could negatively affect home- and community-based care.

Never Say Die: How State Health Funders Are Defending Obamacare

Rob Restuccia is quoted in this Inside Philanthropy article on how state health funders are critical in the fight to defend the ACA.

Consumer Groups Say GOP Healthcare Bill May Lead To Loss Of Coverage For Substance Abuse Treatment

Alice Dembner, program director at Community Catalyst, talks about the devastating impact that ACA repeal would have on people with substance use disorders.

8 Answers to Key Questions After the GOP Pulls Its ACA Replacement Plan

Michael Miller, strategic policy director at Community Catalyst, is quoted in Consumer Reports talking about what comes after the GOP Repeal Bill failed.

Florida lawmakers play role in sinking GOP's health care bill

Community Catalyst is referenced in this local story about the proposed GOP repeal bill, the American Health Care Act (AHCA).

Providers prepare for potential tension on Congressional visits

McKnight's mentions the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation in a story about the dangerous impacts of Medicaid cuts folded into the American Health Care Act.

Medicaid cuts in GOP health bill could reduce services for elderly and disabled

Community Catalyst program director Alice Dembner is quoted talking about Medicaid cuts and the effect that they could have on our most vulneralble.

Taking a Scalpel to Medicaid

Associate Director of Policy Katherine Howitt talks about the dangers of per capita caps for Medicaid in The American Prospect.