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August 7, 2018: #NASHPCONF18 Starts Next Week! How States Can Protect Markets and Consumers from Short-Term Health Plans
July 31, 2018: How to Include Oral Health into Medicaid Chronic Care Models and Two Weeks left to Register for #NASHPCONF18!
July 24, 2018: How States Improve Disease Response, the Latest on Rx Legislation, and #NASHPCONF18 Discounts Extended to July 27!
July 17, 2018: Bills to Help States Address the Opioid Epidemic Before Congress, Register Today for #NASHPCONF18
July 10, 2018: Partnerships Improve Care for Children, Medicaid Expansion Goes to Voters in Several States
July 3, 2018: NASHP Institute Helps States Treat Addiction in FQHCS, Apply Today
June 26, 2018: Can Reform Save Medicaid? Washington State’s Director Weighs In
June 19, 2018: Big Thinkers Explore Critical Health Issues at NASHP’s Annual Conference
June 12, 2018: An Early Look at Vermont’s Value-Based Payer Transformation, and New State Rx Laws
June 5, 2018: States Pass Individual Insurance Mandates and Rx Price Transparency Laws
May 29, 2018: New Law Helps States Pay for Services to Prevent Foster Care Placement, Plus Register Now for NASHP’s Conference
May 22, 2018: Vermont’s Next Steps to Import Rx from Canada and Oklahoma Focus Groups Work to Improve Foster Care
May 15, 2018: Trump’s Rx Drug Plan and State Action on Healthcare Workforce Shortages
May 8, 2018: Vermont Legislature First in the Nation to Approve Rx Drug Importation from Canada
May 1, 2018: NASHP 2018 Conference (Aug. 15-17) Agenda and Registration Now Available
April 24, 2018: NV’s Marketplace Will Soon Be Entirely State-Run, Saving Millions, and States Stay Focused on the Rx Drug Price Fight
April 17, 2018: New Medicaid Managed Care Study and MN Initiative Reduces Medicaid Costs, Opioid Use, and Incarceration
April 10, 2018: What Are States’ Next Steps After Rx Price Transparency? And, a Q&A with PA’s Insurance Commissioner
April 3, 2018: Washington State Takes an Innovative Approach to Stabilize Its Insurance Market
March 27, 2018: Mental Health and Opioid Programs Gain Funding, Efforts to Stabilize Insurance Markets Fail
March 20, 2018: How Oregon Passed Drug Price Transparency, and Federal Courts Start Reviewing States’ Rx Laws
March 13, 2018: Can States Regulate Rx Costs without Violating Patent Law? Experts Say Yes
March 6, 2018: The Administration Proposes Short-Term Insurance Plans that Could Weaken State Marketplaces
February 27, 2018: A New Medicaid Program for Opioid-affected Newborns, and Governors Tackle Health Care in Their Annual Addressess
February 20, 2018: How the Federal Government Can Help States Reduce Drug Costs
February 13, 2018: How the President’s Proposed 2019 Budget Impacts Key State Health Programs
February 6, 2018: States Await Funding for Safety Net Clinics and Four More States Submit Bills to Import Rx from Canada
January 30, 2018: States Draft Bills to Ban Gag Clauses in PBM Contracts
January 23, 2018: Latest Continuing Resolution Funds Six Years of CHIP
January 16, 2018: States Introduce New Bills to Curb Rx Cost and Confront New Medicaid Work Requirements
January 9, 2018: State Health Watch – What’s Ahead in 2018?
January 2, 2018: NASHP Webinar Explores How Mass. Implemented Its Individual Mandate