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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Thursday that his administration would request a federal waiver to seek new flexibility to use Medicaid dollars, using his first State of the State address to embrace an idea to "expand access without expanding a broken system." Long an opponent...

source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

South Carolina health officials are considering changes to the Medicaid system. The Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver would require people on Medicaid to have a job, go to school, or get involved in the community. State officials...

source: WYFF-TV

For the first time, Americans' odds of dying from an accidental opioid overdose are higher than from a motor vehicle crash, a data analysis found. Injury Facts, an analysis from the nonprofit group National Safety Council,...

source: USA Today

House Democrats this week fired a shot across the bow of the nation's pharmaceutical companies as they begin a long-anticipated effort to cut down on high drug prices. The House Oversight and Reform Committee launched a sweeping investigation into how the industry sets...

source: The Hill

Privately insured patients have been asked to rate their medical providers for years. Now, for the first time, Massachusetts is seeking the opinions of thousands of Medicaid recipients about their experiences in the doctor's office. Beginning...

source: The Boston Globe

More than 700,000 Ohioans were removed from the state's Medicaid program in just the first 10 months of 2018. Franklin County had the most disenrollments, with nearly 90,000 losing the healthcare coverage from January through October,...

source: The Columbus Dispatch


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