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  • A Look at Health Care Disparities Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

    For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we’re analyzing the data on health care disparities among Asian and Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (NHOPI) people, focusing on the underlying disparities among U.S. subgroups.

  • ACA Preventive Care Potentially Affected by Braidwood v. Becerra

    A new KFF analysis finds about 1 in 20 privately insured people (5.7%) received at least one ACA preventive service or drug that could be affected by a now-stayed U.S. District Court ruling in Braidwood Management v. Becerra, which found the ACA’s preventive services mandate partially unconstitutional.

  • What Could New Anti-Obesity Drugs Mean for Medicare?

    New medications could be transformative for people who struggle with obesity and related medical conditions, but current law prohibits Medicare from covering drugs prescribed for weight loss. This analysis examines the tradeoffs involved if Medicare were to cover them, and what role the Inflation Reduction Act could play in curbing costs.

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