As we make the turn into the new decade, we at Manatt Health look forward with cautious optimism to what the coming years will bring.
Much has been written on the benefits of expanding Medicaid eligibility to adults with incomes below 138 percent of the Federal Poverty Level.
More than 19 million individuals in the United States lack meaningful access to birth control within their communities. Historically marginalized communities have been shown to have greater difficulty in accessing reproductive healthcare generally and contraception in particular.
The Nevada Legislature enacted SCR 10 during the 2019 legislative session, calling for the state to conduct a study of the feasibility, viability and design of a public healthcare insurance plan, or a “public option.”
Section 9 of Oregon State Senate Bill 770 (SB 770), signed into law in 2019, directed the state of Oregon to engage in an analysis to help policymakers develop policy around a public option or Medicaid buy-in model for Oregon.
Building on their 2019 “National Roadmap on State-Level Efforts to End the Opioid Epidemic: Leading-Edge Practices and Next Steps,” the American Medical Association and Manatt Health have partnered to create a new policy roadmap to combat the drug overdose epidemic.
Technological innovation has always been at the center of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplaces and has never been more important than it is now.
A growing recognition that socioeconomic factors affect health outcomes in significant ways is fueling new community investments and change in healthcare delivery systems.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted long-standing health inequities that have resulted in an increased risk of sickness and death for people of color.
All eyes and ears were focused on the Supreme Court as it heard arguments in California v. Texas, the case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.