Guest Blog (Tricia Brooks): CMS proposes a Medicaid rule you (and states) may like

This blog was authored by Tricia Brooks, a Senior Fellow at the  Center for Children and Families at Georgetown University. It originally appeared on November 4th on Say Ahhh! A Children’s Health Policy Blog and is cross-posted here with permission.… Read more [More...]

New data on poverty and uninsured show recession's continued effects

The U.S. Census Bureau today released its annual report on income, poverty, and health insurance coverage for 2009 based on its March Current Population Survey.  The data reflected the severity of the recession throughout 2009: the national poverty rate rose… Read more [More...]

Tulsa forum to explore implementation of new health care law for children and families

OK Policy is pleased to be partnering with the Community Service Council, Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, and other community organizations to host a one-day forum titled, “Health Care Reform: Transitioning Health Care for Oklahoma’s Children and Families.” The event… Read more [More...]

Listening to the Mann: For Federal Medicaid Director, 2014 starts now

This week I had the pleasure of attending a gathering of policy analysts and advocates from 15 states on “Transforming Health Care Coverage for Children and Families,” convened by Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families. The conference, which focused… Read more [More...]