- Trump’s Work-For-Medicaid Rule Puts Work On States’ Shoulders January 12, 2018States that opt to change their Medicaid program must figure out how to delineate who is covered by the new mandate, how to enforce the rules and how to handle the people seeking exemptions.Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News and Pauline Bartolone, Kaiser Health News
- Hospital Honchos Hone New Message In Wake Of Opioid Epidemic: Expect Pain January 12, 2018"We really do have a lot of responsibility and culpability," says one hospital official who is part of a working group trying to address the opioid epidemic. Patients have to expect more pain after surgery and understand the risk of addiction, says another doctor.Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio
- Trump Administration Clears Way To Force Some Medicaid Enrollees To Work January 11, 2018Allowing states to mandate that non-disabled Medicaid enrollees work as a condition for coverage would mark one of the biggest changes to the program since it began more than 50 years ago. A decision on the first of the state requests could come within days.Phil Galewitz, Kaiser Health News
- Trump’s Work-For-Medicaid Rule Puts Work On States’ Shoulders January 12, 2018
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