Updated Estimate of Impacts of Kentucky’s Medicaid Work Experiment on Health Centers

As many as four in 10 adult Medicaid patients served by health centers would lose coverage and total patient care capacity could decline by up to 10 percent, study by Milken Institute SPH researchers shows.

Ensuring the Stability and Continued Growth of Community Health Centers Should Be a Health Reform Priority, Sara Rosenbaum Argues

Professor Sara Rosenbaum In a commentary posted on Take Care, a major blog site that caters to the congressional and legal communities, Sara Rosenbaum explained why ensuring that nearly 1,400 community health centers don’t go “over the cliff” and lose 71 percent of their grant funding should be one of the health reform priorities in the upcoming Congress.

The Projected Effects of the Arkansas Medicaid Work Requirement Demonstration on Community Health Centers

In June 2018, Arkansas became the first state in the nation to implement a Medicaid work demonstration. Two recent blogs examined the enrollment and economic[1] impact of the work demonstration.

Community Health Centers Continue to Show Major Growth

Health center patients, by insurance coverage type, 2000-2017

The numbers of patients served by the nation’s community health centers continues to increase significantly, according to a new study issued by the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. The study documents the expanded array of services that community health centers across the country are now offering.

Report Documents Importance of Community Health Centers for Underserved Communities

A new report documents the increasingly visible role that community health centers are playing in the maturing, post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) health care market. Issued by the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, the report was published in partnership with the Kaiser Family Foundation.