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This report argues that automatic health insurance enrollment could help achieve near-universal coverage, especially if paired with a public plan...

More than half of unvaccinated Americans say they would prefer to get a Covid-19 shot from their local doctor’s office as opposed to from...

Extending ACA marketplace coverage in 14 states that have not expanded Medicaid could help insure 2.2 million low-income people in the so-called coverage...

  • After a 2012 #SCOTUS decision made Medicaid expansion optional for states, a “coverage gap” emerged in health care. How can policymakers extend marketplace eligibility to insure more people living in nonexpansion states? https://t.co/5Me0DJylLf - view on twitter

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On The Dose podcast, Sandro Galea, M.D., of Boston University talks about what it takes to vaccinate the world and how to protect ourselves...

  • In the U.S., some are behaving as if #COVID19 is a problem of the past, but many people here and around the globe are unvaccinated. What will it take to really end the pandemic? Listen to #TheDosePodcast to learn more. https://t.co/bSUMmjvpcU - view on twitter

Medicare has no mechanism to limit price increases; a proposed penalty would require drugmakers to pay a rebate when a drug’s price rises faster...

This brief looks at coverage and access inequities for Black and Latinx/Hispanic adults, focusing on the effects of Medicaid expansion on equity at the...

  • Adults living in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility have better rates of health care coverage and access and narrower disparities between racial/ethnic groups than those in states that haven’t expanded Medicaid. https://t.co/Zj9kP7KqWi - view on twitter

On The Dose podcast, Sandro Galea, M.D., of Boston University talks about what it takes to vaccinate the world and how to protect ourselves...