• Medicaid Spending and Enrollment: Updated for FY 2022 and Looking Ahead to FY 2023

    In our survey, state Medicaid agencies project the state share of Medicaid spending will increase sharply by 14% in FY 2023, following the expected end of the Public Health Emergency and the loss of pandemic-related enhanced federal funding. States also project enrollment will fall by 5% in FY 2023, with most pointing to the unwinding of the continuous enrollment requirement.
  • Demographics and Health Insurance Coverage of Nonelderly Adults With Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders in 2020

    The pandemic has exacerbated mental illness and substance use disorders and may have increased access problems. We examine key characteristics and coverage and health status of nonelderly adults with mental illness or substance use disorders in 2020.
  • Medicaid Enrollment Patterns During the Pospartum Year

    Medicaid’s option to extend postpartum coverage could prevent hundreds of thousands of enrollees from losing coverage in the months after delivery. 33 states have adopted the option, which is getting more attention after Roe v Wade was overturned..
  • After Roe: Options to Address Medicaid Coverage Policy Related to Maternal and Child Health

    Many of the very states that have banned abortion following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade have not taken advantage of current federal options to strengthen health coverage for their state residents, most notably for women who give birth and children. 
  • Medicaid and Racial Health Equity

    The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted and exacerbated longstanding racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care. Our analysis provides insight into the role Medicaid can play in advancing racial health equity by answering three key questions:
    – How does health coverage vary by race and ethnicity?
    – How can Medicaid help to reduce racial health disparities?
    – What are key issues to watch looking ahead?

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