The COVID-19 pandemic led to sweeping healthcare policy changes that enable vulnerable Americans to receive affordable health coverage and access essential safety net benefits. The steep incline in unemployment and fears that millions of people would lose their health coverage drove the declaration of the national public health emergency (PHE) on January 31, 2020. Under the PHE, states must keep Medicaid enrollees continuously covered, irrespective of their circumstances.
Why The End of the Public Health Emergency is Everyone’s Problem
By GetInsured|2022-03-25T14:31:09-04:00Tuesday, March 8, 2022|