Prior to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), many low-income women could only receive Medicaid coverage if they were pregnant or parenting young children. The ACA’s Medicaid expansion has reduced uninsurance for low-income women of childbearing age by 13 percentage points, with a drop of 27 percentage points for those without dependent children.
Podcast by Sara Rosenbaum on Medicaid Work Requirements
In the weeks that have passed since the Trump administration invited states to begin attaching work requirements to Medicaid, George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health Professor Sara Rosenbaum, JD, a widely respected authority on Medicaid, has provided insights into the major policy shift in influential print media publications a
Blog: Terminating the DACA Program Would Harm Health and the States
Stymied by years of Congressional gridlock concerning immigration reform, in 2014 President Obama used executive action to create the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to provide temporary legal status to children and young adults who came to the U.S.
Rosenbaum Blogs in Health Affairs on Efforts to Exclude Planned Parenthood from Medicaid
Rosenbaum Speaks Out on Medicaid Work Requirements
The Trump administration’s invitation for states to attach work requirements to Medicaid has been the topic of a flurry of media stories in recent weeks. George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health Professor Sara Rosenbaum, a widely respected authority on Medicaid, wrote an influential blog in Health Affairs and has been quoted in some of the most important pieces broadcast on television and radio and published in