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Kaiser Health News
Brownback's plan would put nearly all Medicaid enrollees into private, managed-care plans.
Kid Doctor
At least six states have opened their Children's Health Insurance Programs to the kids of low-income state employees, an option that was prohibited until the ...
THINK ALIVE
November 2, 2011 The Story of Think Alive
How a college freshman living with (but not defined by) cerebral palsy became a philanthropist to other youth with disabilities around the country. The story of the ...
NCCP
More than half of all the children in Detroit and Cleveland live in poverty.  Detroit, with 53.6 percent of its youngest citizens living in poverty, leads the ...
Oregon's new system is designed to be a throwback to the days of old-fashioned family doctors.
Kaiser Health News
Reuters details a number of the key questions that have surfaced in legal briefs related to the Supreme Court consideration of challenges to the health law. ...
Paul Simon, Children's Health Fund
In a new video, Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener, co-founders of the Children's Health Fund, along with other pediatricians urge the Congressional super ...
Baby
USA Today published point-counterpoint editorials concerning new data on infant mortality on the United States. While one argues that the data shows troubling ...
Kaiser Health News
Groups are working to highlight to the congressional 'super committee' the impact possible program cuts would have on key health programs, such as Medicaid ...
Kaiser Health News
In this Kaiser Health news round up, news outlets examine the latest developments related to the challenges to the health law and handicap some of the possible outcomes.
Medicaid
Advocates are celebrating a class-action agreement, nine years in the making, that guarantees intensive home- and community-based mental health services for ...
Kid
News outlets report on a the status of CHIP in states and what it means for kids.