CDC awards Arizona $150 Million COVID response grant
Michael Goldberg | May 22, 2020 | Arizona
Health Management Associates (HMA) on Tuesday released an update to their analysis of COVID-19’s impact on health insurance coverage. The update builds off an April report that evaluated the impact of potential US unemployment rates on Medicaid, state marketplaces, employer-sponsored coverage, and the uninsured. The updated analysis uses three different
Gov. Jay Inslee provided an update on the impact of COVID-19 on the implementation of Cascade Care in a letter to Health Care Authority Director Sue Birch and Washington State Health Benefit Exchange Chief Executive Officer Pam MacEwan on Tuesday. In the letter, Inslee says it is “more
A new analysis conducted by the Episcopal Health Foundation (EHF) found that the more than 1.2 million Texans who have lost their employer-sponsored health insurance after COVID-19 job losses could lose their Medicaid coverage in 2021. The EHF analysis, authored by Shao-Chee Sim and Elena Marks, draws from a recent
The May issue of Alaska Economic Trends provides an update on COVID-19’s impact on employment in Alaska, taking a deep dive into the impacts on the seasonal workforce. According to the report, from mid-March to the beginning of May over 70,000 people filed new claims for unemployment benefits. This is
States and countries with greater access to primary care clinicians and more robust primary care services have better outcomes and lower costs. Yet, persistent under-investment in primary care is one of the main reasons so many primary care practices are struggling to keep their doors open. While health
Dispatch is new column on life from inside the Seattle-area experience of COVID-19. It’s meant to offer insights into what other regions of the country can plan to experience as the wave of COVID rolls into their community. ————————— Eight weeks ago, my uncle went on a ventilator a result of COVID.