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AHCA, ACA Comparison Chart AHCA Implementation Timeline Stability Fund Snapshot State Waivers Snapshot On Thursday, May 4, the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a major step in efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The AHCA now moves to the U.S. Senate, which has established a special […]

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  • State of the State speeches provide governors with an opportunity to highlight recent policy successes as well as outline key plans and issue areas of focus for the coming year. These speeches are generally strong indicators of governors’ main priorities and sometimes also include specific proposal suggestions and funding recommendations for deliberation by legislatures. Currently, […]

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  • The 2017 open enrollment period for individual coverage has now ended. The figures below represent the latest data on exchange enrollment for states that operate State-based Marketplaces (SBMs) or State-based Marketplaces on the federal platform (SBM-FPs). [i] “Covered California Finishes Fourth Open Enrollment with More Than 412, 000 New Consumers and Strong Participation from Young Enrollees” […]

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    February 28, 2017 | Filed under: Charts, Eligibility and Enrollment, Front Page, Insurance Exchanges
  • This worksheet, originally created by the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS), identifies key requirements of the ACA that impact state Medicaid and CHIP programs and poses questions for state officials to consider in preparing for actions that may need to be taken upon repeal. NASHP is pleased to share this tool allowing other […]

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    January 31, 2017 | Filed under: All States, Charts, Front Page, Medicaid, State Exchanges
  • Selected State Initiatives on Medicaid Financing of Perinatal Regionalization

    Today, nearly 40 states have a system of risk appropriate perinatal care. As the payer for nearly half of all births nationwide, Medicaid is a key partner in the financing of perinatal regionalization. Medicaid covers specific services that can maximize access to risk-appropriate care for mothers and infants, including the coverage of pre- and post-natal […]

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  • State Legislative Action on Pharmaceutical Prices
    Maps

    *Updated April 27, 2017* As part of our Pharmacy Cost Work Group, an ongoing project that looks beyond the strategies currently used in states to identify and develop new ideas which address the growing problem of prescription drug costs, NASHP has been tracking state legislative actions to control the rising cost of prescription drugs. This series of […]

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  • The high prevalence of uncontrolled asthma among child populations served by Medicaid programs and the associated rising costs often are the impetus for states to improve the quality of care provided to children with asthma. New opportunities to comprehensively address asthma and its triggers are emerging through state and national health care delivery system and […]

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  • Health Insurance Exchange Operations Chart

    As states continue to refine the operations of their health insurance exchanges, regardless of the exchange type (state-based exchange, state partnership exchange, or federally facilitated marketplace), it’s helpful to compare and contrast operational resources. This chart contains each state’s resources and forms for three distinct, and fundamentally important, areas of exchange operation: applications, appeals, and […]

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    August 3, 2016 | Filed under: Charts, State Exchanges, State Exchanges Maps and Charts
  • State Strategies for Promoting Children’s Preventive Services
    Maps

    *Map and chart updated as of September 28, 2016* States have the option of implementing performance measurement, incentives or improvement projects, often as part of broad health system transformation efforts, to promote children and adolescents’ access to preventive services. This series of maps and accompanying chart illustrate state-specific Medicaid or CHIP performance improvement projects, measures, […]

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  • As health care costs and consumer out-of-pocket expenses continue to rise, states are paying increasing attention to strategies that address consumer concerns. One issue of focus is the practice of balance or “surprise billing,” the process by which patients receive higher than expected bills from providers, often the result of receiving care out-of-network. In April […]

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