Children and Youth Funding Report

Healthcare

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Republican ACA Repeal Law Would Boot 3 Million Children Off Health Care, Experts Say

The House Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act would boot 3 million children off the healthcare rolls, while causing a total of 23 million people of all ages and income levels to lose health insurance by 2026, experts say. The American Health Care Act (AHCA), (H.R. 1628), passed by th...

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GOP Health Plan Would Allow Insurers to Charge More for Pre-Existing Conditions

The revised House Republican health care bill — the American Health Care Act (AHCA) — would allow insurance companies to charge substantially more to sicker enrollees, potentially pricing those with serious pre-existing conditions out of the market, analysts say. A Center for Health Policy-Broo...

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House Republican Health Plan Would Mean More Uninsured, Shifts Costs to States

The House Republican health care bill — the American Health Care Act, or AHCA — would dramatically increase the uninsured rated and shift billions of health care costs onto states, which are themselves strapped for cash, according to analysts. A Center on Budget and Policy Priorities analysis ...

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Big States Would Be Winners under New Health Stabilization Grant Program

The country's most populous states will get the lion's share of funding under a $100 billion market stabilization fund created by the proposed Affordable Care Act replacement plan, according to new research. Avalere Health analyzed the funding methods contained in the Republican-backed American Hea...

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GOP Yanks Bill to Replace ACA, Ryan Admits Defeat

In a shocking move, Republican leaders in the House abruptly pull off the floor a bill that would replace the Affordable Care Act after failing to round up enough votes within their own caucus to pass it.   It is unclear what the next steps will be for the American Health Care Act (HR 1628) after ...

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HHS: Medicaid Expansion Lowers Premiums

A new analysis by the Health and Human Services Dept. finds that the states that have expanded their Medicaid coverage are experiencing lower healthcare rates for children with families and the poor. The report showed expanding Medicaid lowers Marketplace premiums by about 7% in those states, s...

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USDA Posts New Guidance for School Nutrition, Health Foods

The Agriculture Dept. (USDA) releases four final rules to implement provisions of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) designed to improve the nutrition of school cafeteria meals and help kids eat healthier. As a key component of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move! Initiative," the ru...

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$156M To Expand Oral Health Services For Children, Underserved

HHS Secy.Sylvia Burwell awards $156 million to support 420 health centers in 47 states in their effort to expand integrated oral health care services for children, youth and the underserved.  This funding enables health centers to expand integrated oral health care services and increase th...

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$260 Million to Health Centers; Aids Schools, Child Efforts

Health and Human Services Secy. Sylvia Burwell releases $260 million in funding to 290 health centers in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico for facility renovation, expansion, or construction. Award winners include centers for children and youth. Centers will use this fundin...

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HHS Awards $2.2B for HIV/AIDS Child, Family Services

The Health and Human Services Dept. awards more than $2.2 billion in Ryan White Program grants (CFDA Number: 93.914) to cities, states and local community-based organizations that provide services to families and children impacted by HIV/AIDS. This funding supports a coordinated and comprehensiv...

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