New amicus brief filed by Deans and Scholars / APHA on Braidwood Mgmt. Inc. v. Becerra draws on evidence contained in a series of new analyses prepared by GWU health policy research team detailing the potential impact of the case challenging coverage for preventive screening.
A new report presents the most detailed evidence to date regarding the potential effects on mothers and children of Braidwood Management v Becerra, which challenges the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act’s comprehensive free preventive benefit guarantee for nearly all privately insured people.
Out today is our latest policy brief, Braidwood Management v Becerra Could Eliminate Three Quarters of the Affordable Care Act’s Preventive Benefits for Women, Infants, and Children, a comprehensive look at the potential implications of this significant case which could radically reduce free preventive care for women, infants, and children.
Date note explores the robust scope of community health centers in providing prenatal and postpartum services, and explains their crucial role in mitigating disenrollment as a result of the unwinding of the continuous Medicaid enrollment protections enacted during the COVID pandemic, and protecting coverage and care.
Data note from the Geiger Gibson Program, Federal Grants are Essential to Community Health Centers, examines the role of federal health center grants in supporting health center services and operations.