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How Medicaid work requirements could exacerbate the opioid epidemic.

In 2018, the Trump Administration took the unprecedented step of allowing states to impose work requirements as a condition of Medicaid eligibility. States can apply for a demonstration waiver to require Medicaid beneficiaries aged 19-64 who do not meet exemption criteria (e.g., disability, caring for a sick relative) to participate in "community engagement" activities, which include employment, volunteering, and enrollment in a qualifying education or job training program. Debate thus far has focused prima...

Higher Rates of Preventive Health Care With Commercial Insurance Compared With Medicaid: Findings From the Arkansas Health Care Independence "Private Option" Program.

A requirement of the Arkansas Medicaid Section 1115 demonstration waiver was to evaluate the level of care received for Medicaid expansion eligible beneficiaries enrolled in commercial Qualified Health Plans (QHPs) in the Health Care Independence "Private Option" Program. This allowed for a direct comparison of Medicaid and commercial system performance serving similar newly covered adults.

The Dynamics Of Medicaid Enrollment, Employment, And Beneficiary Health Status.

Some policy makers are proposing Medicaid work or community engagement requirements. Using national data, we found that 13.9 percent of new, nonelderly adult Medicaid beneficiaries in 2015-16 had experienced a decline in health before enrollment, and a similar percentage had had jobs that ended before they enrolled. These findings highlight the need for careful design of work requirement policies.

The ACA At The Supreme Court And Beyond.

The Supreme Court considers new Affordable Care Act cases, other lawsuits continue, and the Trump administration issues new rules and guidance.

Preserving Do No Harm: Supreme Court Tosses Challenge to Medical Ethics Committee Law.

Twenty years after it took effect, Texas' medical ethics committee review law has withstood challenge after challenge. The Texas Supreme Court is on the verge of ending the latest high-profile attack on the law that ensures physicians can uphold their professional obligation to "do no harm." In October 2019, the state's high court declined to take up Kelly v. Houston Methodist Hospital, in which the mother of a deceased patient attempted to overturn a provision of the Texas Advance Directives Act. Justices'...

Taking Their Lumps? TMA Works to Reverse Decision on Future Medical Expenses.

Does a court have full discretion to decide how much of an award for future medical expenses is paid in periodic payments versus a lump sum? The 4th Court of Appeals said yes, allowing a patient to collect the majority of a $3 million award up front. Medicine is concerned the ruling goes against a tort reform protection requiring periodic payments to be based on evidence the jury used to determine the future-medical award. That ensures patients get the compensation they are due for their future medical expe...

An Injury to Justice: Workers' Comp Disputes Could Tilt in Insurers' Favor.

Medicine is working to upend a recent appeals court decision that threatens to give health plans an overwhelming advantage in fee disputes in workers compensation cases.

Association of Nonprofit Hospitals' Charitable Activities With Unreimbursed Medicaid Care After Medicaid Expansion.

In the United States, nonprofit hospitals receive tax-exempt status with the expectation that they provide a high level of benefit to local communities. Prior work has shown that Medicaid expansion reduced hospital spending on uncompensated care.

Medicaid for the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.

Medicaid is a complex federally and state funded health insurance program in the United States that insures an estimated 76 million individuals, approximately 20% of the United States population. Many physicians may not receive formal training or education to help understand the complexities of Medicaid. Plastic surgeons, residents, and advanced practice practitioners benefit from a basic understanding of Medicaid, eligibility requirements, reimbursement methods, and upcoming healthcare trends. Medicaid is ...

How Would Low-Income Communities Prioritize Medicaid Spending?

Medicaid plays a critical role in low-income, minority, and medically underserved communities, particularly in states that have expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Yet, the voices of underresourced communities are often unheard in decisions about how to allocate Medicaid's scarce resources, and traditional methods of public engagement are poorly suited to gathering such input. We argue that deliberative public engagement can be a useful tool for involving communities in setting Medicaid priorit...

Medicaid for the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.

Medicaid is a complex federally and state funded health insurance program in the United States that insures an estimated 76 million individuals, approximately 20 percent of the U.S. population. Many physicians may not receive formal training or education to help understand the complexities of Medicaid. Plastic surgeons, residents, and advanced practice practitioners benefit from a basic understanding of Medicaid, eligibility requirements, reimbursement methods, and upcoming healthcare trends. Medicaid is im...

President Trump and health care: a content analysis of misleading statements.

This study examines President Trump's misleading language in the area of health care. According to 'The Washington Post', President Trump has made over 10 000 misleading or false statements about public policy.

The nocebo effect and tobacco control-First, do no harm?

Since tobacco remains a leading cause of global morbidity and mortality, emphasis needs to be given to preventive approaches to tobacco consumption. Environmental and policy strategies with fear appeals are important contributors to reductions in smoking prevalence. Fear appeals are persuasive messages-often using graphic and emotionally evocative imagery and language-that attempt to scare their audiences into tobacco cessation. While the intentions of fear appeals are benign, their effects are not necessar...

Medical expert opinion on occupational diseases - the role of medical experts.

Not every disease which relates to work qualifies as an occupational disease according to German law. As there is a legal duty for doctors to report occupational diseases, doctors should know in which case a disease fulfils the requirements to be notified as occupational disease. This article gives an introduction to the legal framework applying to occupational diseases in Germany. It describes different types of occupational diseases and the requirements for a recognition. Expert opinions given by medical ...

Effects Of Medicaid Expansion On Postpartum Coverage And Outpatient Utilization.

Timely postpartum care is associated with lower maternal morbidity and mortality, yet fewer than half of Medicaid beneficiaries attend a postpartum visit. Medicaid enrollees are at higher risk of postpartum disruptions in insurance because pregnancy-related Medicaid eligibility ends sixty days after delivery. We used Medicaid claims data for 2013-15 from Colorado, which expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, and Utah, which did not. We found that after expansion, new mothers in Utah experienced hi...

Parens Patriae and Parental Rights: When Should the State Override Parental Medical Decisions?

Alfie Evans was a terminally ill British child whose parents, clinging to hope, were desperately trying to save his life. Hospital authorities disagreed and petitioned the court to enjoin the parents from removing him and taking him elsewhere for treatment. The court stepped in and compelled the hospital to discontinue life support and claimed that further treatment was not in the child's best interest. This note discusses the heartbreaking stories of Alfie and two other children whose parents' medical deci...

A child of two mothers: what about the father? Italian overview.

Surrogacy techniques allow for the birth of children who are then raised by parents who may have no genetic or biological connection with them at all. Italian legislation on medically assisted procreation bans such practices, under national criminal codes, and yet the intended parents' ability to legally register children born abroad via surrogacy has not been affected by such legislation. Italian jurisprudence has acknowledged the parental status of same-sex couples, following the same path outlined by the...

ISO Standards Addressing Issues of Bias and Impartiality in Forensic Work.

The ISO/IEC 17020 and 17025 standards both include requirements for impartiality and the freedom from bias. Meeting these requirements for implicit cognitive bias is not a simple matter. In this article, we address these international standards, specifically focusing on evaluating and mitigating the risk to impartiality, and quality assurance checks, so as to meet accreditation program requirements. We cover their meaning to management as well as to practitioners, addressing how these issues of impartiality...

What We're Learning About Medicaid Transformation.

Each state's health care transformation journey is unique. But common lessons are emerging from Medicaid's work to advance an integrated, person-centered care model and align financial incentives with value and quality. These lessons shed light on the path for states beginning a new chapter in their own transformation.

Permanency and well-being outcomes for maltreated infants: Pilot results from an infant-toddler court team.

Evaluations of infant-toddler court teams suggest improvements related to permanency, service provision, and parenting. However, findings regarding permanency are limited in that they do not capture children who remain in care for long periods. Less is known about how court teams impact child development.

Effects of opting-out from federal nurse anesthetists' supervision requirements on anesthesiologist work patterns.

To estimate the impact of opting-out from Medicare supervision requirements for certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) on anesthesiologists' work patterns.

Medication adherence among chronic condition patients in the Medicaid Coverage Gap.

People with incomes below the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) do not qualify for health insurance subsidies and may not be eligible for Medicaid. Patients in this Medicaid Coverage Gap may have difficulty paying for their medications.

Stylistic variation on the Donald Trump Twitter account: A linguistic analysis of tweets posted between 2009 and 2018.

Twitter was an integral part of Donald Trump's communication platform during his 2016 campaign. Although its topical content has been examined by researchers and the media, we know relatively little about the style of the language used on the account or how this style changed over time. In this study, we present the first detailed description of stylistic variation on the Trump Twitter account based on a multivariate analysis of grammatical co-occurrence patterns in tweets posted between 2009 and 2018. We i...

Health Status and Access to Care for the North Carolina Medicaid Gap Population.

North Carolina remains one of several states that has not expanded Medicaid eligibility criteria to cover all low-income adults, leading to the so-called Medicaid gap, a population ineligible for Medicaid and too poor for premium subsidies through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Our objective was to characterize the health care access and health status of the Medicaid gap population in North Carolina. We combined annual data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (2013-2016). Responde...

Connections between viewing media about President Trump's dietary habits and fast food consumption intentions: Political differences and implications for public health.

A nationally representative sample (N = 1050) responded to a survey testing possible connections between Americans' attention to media about President Donald J. Trump's preference for fast food, their perceptions of Trump, and public perceptions and behavioral intentions regarding fast food consumption. This survey utilized measures aimed at integrating theory about audience responses to celebrity health issues with the Theory of Planned Behavior and found a significant positive relationship between att...

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