Medicare/Medicaid Posts

Could California Proposal Affect Medicaid in All States?

January 14, 2020

California’s plan to establish a single market for drug pricing within the state could set Medicaid policy for the entire country, some experts say, because the federal-state program requires all states to pay the lowest price available in any U.S. market. Read More

5 Possible Effects of the Big New ACA Ruling, for Agents

December 19, 2019

A three-judge panel at the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals kept suspense about the entire Affordable Care Act legislative package alive this week by ruling that the ACA’s individual coverage mandate provision is an unconstitutional requirement to buy a private product, but that it’s not clear whether killing the provision really kills all of the ACA. Read More

Warren Sidesteps Health Plan Details Before Nevada Union

December 19, 2019

Elizabeth Warren told members of Nevada’s powerful casino workers’ union Monday that she wants to see their strong health care plans replicated around the country but the Democratic presidential candidate sidestepped the details of her Medicare for All proposal and how it might affect the union. Read More