More than 4 million people have enrolled in Medicaid coverage during the coronavirus pandemic, a key reason why the nation’s uninsured rate does not appear to have dramatically increased in 2020.
More than 160,000 Arizonans have signed up for Medicaid since coronavirus-related shutdowns began in March.
Missouri voters approved expanding Medicaid on Tuesday despite a lawsuit supported by their Republican leadership to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden demands a united national response to the coronavirus crisis, while Trump writes off mounting deaths.
As a cardiologist and Black American, I know the public health insurance programs directly improve health care on both sides of the stethoscope.
Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that nearly 27 million workers and family members had lost job-based health coverage as of the start of this month.
A new poll found that an overwhelming majority (72%) of Americans say that it’s either the “most important or a very important thing” that the next coronavirus relief package includes major new steps on health care.