Could new federal bill be a "step in the right direction" for Texas Medicaid?
Eli Kirshbaum | Jul 2, 2021 | Texas
Texas Democrats and Republicans well-seasoned in state health policy joined State of Reform Thursday to speak about their respective party's policy goals. Both parties agreed telehealth services need to be expanded, but also made clear some of the major disagreements they have on health care issues. Senator Nathan Johnson and
This keynote at the 2020 Texas State of Reform Conference with some of Texas’s most thoughtful legislators covers the emerging politics and policy discussions on health care and health reform. With the 2020 primaries around the corner, and a general election with huge implications for redistricting as well as policy,
The Washington State Health Care Authority linked in an email today to Governor Gregoire's July 16 appointment of Nathan Johnson as the new State Health Information Technology (HIT) Coordinator. Johnson takes over for Richard Onizuka, who is currently serving as the CEO of the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. The following
The HCA has submitted to CMS a waiver request that would end a burdensome Medicaid administrative process known as "reconciliation" and attempt to institute an incentive based methodology for care delivery in the rural setting. The waiver is accompanied by a letter from Doug Porter letter to Cindy Mann, the