Recent research shows that Medicare's Annual Wellness Visit appears to be achieving one of its key goals: providing a gateway for beneficial preventive and screening services.
Recent changes to Medicare Advantage's supplemental benefits could have significant implications for consumers.
Research finds that overall the likelihood of re-careering declines with age, suggesting that older workers may face additional hurdles transitioning into new occupations.
New Hampshire court found that work and community engagement requirements do not support the basic objective of the Medicaid program.
Patients—not nurses—are the story when it comes to state legislative battles to modernize advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) scope of practice laws.
Many eligible Medicare enrollees do not take advantage of their annual wellness visit benefit, or even understand what it is. Here are ten things to know.
Adding Up the Costs: Utah’s Latest Waiver Requests Would Likely Result in Loss of Medicaid Coverage for Thousands of Low-Income People
Utah's waiver policies would likely result in the loss of Medicaid coverage for significant numbers of low-income Utahans who rely on the program for health care.
Emerging waivers that impose work requirements and other harmful obligations on Medicaid beneficiaries as conditions of participation are likely to lead to significant numbers of people losing coverage, even as states incur greater costs.
Now in its second year, AARP’s Healthy Living initiative has launched programs to equip people ages 50+ with information and tools they can use to help them manage changes that come with age.
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