The Availability and Use of Treatment Abortion

On June 24th, 2022, the Supreme Court ruled on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization,…

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The Small Share of Employers Providing Retiree Well being Advantages Are More and more Turning to Medicare Benefit

Few employers offer retiree health benefits, and those that do increasingly are turning to Medicare Advantage…

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Medicare Benefit Protection is Rising for the Declining Share of Medicare Beneficiaries with Retiree Well being Advantages

Employer and union-sponsored retiree health plans can play an important role in providing supplemental benefits to…

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How does medical inflation examine to inflation in the remainder of the financial system?

Medical care prices and overall health spending typically outpace growth in the rest of the economy. However,…

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Enrollment and Spending for Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees

This data collection draws on Medicare and Medicaid administrative data to present national and state-level information…

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Why Do Vaccinated Individuals Signify Most COVID-19 Deaths Proper Now?

The share of COVID-19 deaths among those who are vaccinated has risen. In fall 2021, about…

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Potential Results of the Proposed Medicaid Eligibility Rule for Newly Enrolled Medicare-Medicaid Enrollees

On August 31, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a proposed rule designed…

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The COVAX Humanitarian Buffer for COVID-19 Vaccines: Assessment and Evaluation of Coverage Implications

Overview Persons living in conflict settings, areas of state failure, and those affected by humanitarian emergencies…

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KFF Dashboard: Progress Towards World HIV Targets in PEPFAR Nations

About This Dashboard This dashboard monitors the status of PEPFAR countries’ progress toward global HIV targets…

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Ongoing Impacts of the Pandemic on Medicaid House & Group-Primarily based Providers (HCBS) Applications: Findings from a 50-State Survey

Executive Summary Widespread workforce shortages are the biggest challenges facing state Medicaid home and community-based (HCBS)…

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