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Medicaid is the United States health program for eligible individuals and families with low incomes and resources. It is a means-tested program that is jointly funded by the states and federal government, and is managed by the states.
Democrats didn’t achieve all their goals, but inflation reduction act makes historic Medicare changes

Democrats didn’t achieve all their goals, but inflation reduction act makes historic Medicare changes

Big pharma went all in to kill drug pricing negotiations

Big pharma went all in to kill drug pricing negotiations

Health inequalities amongst ethnic minorities with diabetes have worsened during the pandemic, study shows

Health inequalities amongst ethnic minorities with diabetes have worsened during the pandemic, study shows

Smoking continues to be a leading cause of cancer-related death

Smoking continues to be a leading cause of cancer-related death

Pressure ulcers' number and severity found to be underreported by U.S. nursing homes

Pressure ulcers' number and severity found to be underreported by U.S. nursing homes

New CDC Vital Signs report: Few people diagnosed with hepatitis C receive timely treatment

New CDC Vital Signs report: Few people diagnosed with hepatitis C receive timely treatment

Rapper Fat Joe says no one is making sure hospitals post their prices

Rapper Fat Joe says no one is making sure hospitals post their prices

Newsom pins political rise on abortion, guns, and health care

Newsom pins political rise on abortion, guns, and health care

New study quantifies the “woodwork effect” in medical insurance

New study quantifies the “woodwork effect” in medical insurance

Study details post-COVID-19 symptoms and conditions among children and adolescents in the US

Study details post-COVID-19 symptoms and conditions among children and adolescents in the US

Patients and doctors trapped in a gray zone when abortion laws and emergency care mandate conflict

Patients and doctors trapped in a gray zone when abortion laws and emergency care mandate conflict

A GOP talking point suggests birth control is not at risk. Evidence suggests otherwise.

A GOP talking point suggests birth control is not at risk. Evidence suggests otherwise.

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Kansas makes a statement

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Kansas makes a statement

They lost Medicaid when paperwork was sent to an empty field, signaling the mess to come

They lost Medicaid when paperwork was sent to an empty field, signaling the mess to come

Lyme disease remains a growing public health concern in the United States, says FAIR Health study

Lyme disease remains a growing public health concern in the United States, says FAIR Health study

Study finds declines in smoking cessation activity after the onset of COVID-19

Study finds declines in smoking cessation activity after the onset of COVID-19

ALZ-NET: First data collection and sharing network for new FDA-approved Alzheimer's treatments

ALZ-NET: First data collection and sharing network for new FDA-approved Alzheimer's treatments

Special issue supports a national program to improve access to PrEP for preventing the spread of HIV

Special issue supports a national program to improve access to PrEP for preventing the spread of HIV

Hospices have become big business for private equity firms, raising concerns about end-of-life care

Hospices have become big business for private equity firms, raising concerns about end-of-life care

Weill Cornell Medicine-led consortium secures $14 million grant to study emerging technologies for aging adults

Weill Cornell Medicine-led consortium secures $14 million grant to study emerging technologies for aging adults