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A win for Medicaid expansion in South Dakota is a victory for public health, policy experts say, but now comes the work of ensuring the people who are eligible actually get enrolled.
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Why the media needs to cover what’s happening to the program with the same intensity reporters once covered the passage of the Affordable Care Act.
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From expanding Medicaid to making telehealth changes permanent, here's what a diverse group of health policy experts would prioritize in 2021.
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President-elect Biden will likely move quickly to undo a slew of Trump-era health care policies.
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“I think the common thread connecting these various actions that are happening largely out of the public eye is limiting supports for certain people — and for immigrants and families of color in particular.”
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“The actual debate won’t be about access — it will be about cost containment for all people,” says Harvard's Robert Blendon, a veteran health care pollster.
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Did the media learn anything from covering previous rounds of health reform during the Clinton and Obama eras? You wouldn't necessarily think so from reading recent coverage, argues Trudy Lieberman.
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This work is supported by a grant from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism Impact Fund....
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Many people who should remain eligible for Medicaid — because they’re working or qualify for an exemption — will also lose coverage, says CBPP's Judith Solomon.
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Decades of research have underscored the health benefits of breastfeeding for mothers and babies. You wouldn't know that from recent U.S. moves at the World Health Assembly.

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