This Viewpoint discusses experiments where the sample is exposed to a condition outside the researchers’ control, allowing for reasonable conclusions on the potential causal link between exposure and outcome.
This Viewpoint addresses reforms to the Afforable Care Act that fail to extend marketplace subsidies for nonelderly adults below the poverty line.
This Viewpoint discusses opportunities to close gaps in Medicaid coverage and how these reforms could complement other efforts to modernize Medicaid for Medicare beneficiaries with low income.
This Viewpoint discusses the benefits of digital mental health interventions for populations living in rural areas in the US.
This Viewpoint discusses the global lack of surgical care in mass-casualty disasters and for daily health and proposes integrating civilian, military, national, nongovernmental, and international resources to address the challenges.
This cross-sectional study assesses the association between income eligibility for Medicaid vs marketplace coverage and insurance enrollment among adults with low income in Colorado.
This cross-sectional study examines the associations between Medicare Advantage star ratings and disparities in care for racial/ethnic minorities and enrollees with lower income and educational attainment.
This cross-sectional study assesses public awareness and perceived appropriateness of using extreme risk protection orders in various risk scenarios and identifies reasons behind reluctance, overall and by firearm ownership status.
This cohort study examines changes in the rates of access to medications and health care by individuals with disabilities in US states that have instituted caps to prescription drugs available through Medicaid.
This cross-sectional survey examines rates of postpartum uninsurance among individuals with Medicaid Medicaid-paid births.
This cross-sectional study evaluates trends in hospitalization and death rates related to COVID-19 in US states between closures and reopenings of businesses and public gatherings in 2020.
This cross-sectional study assesses the association of closures of childcare facilities with the employment status of women and men with children in the US during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This special communication describes the limitations in current methods for estimating rebates and other discounts received by Medicare Part D and proposes a new approach that more fully considers confidential discounts paid by drug manufacturers and pharmacies to Medicare Part D plans.