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Blog: Are 1115 Medicaid Work Requirement Demonstrations Experimental Initiatives or a Way to Side-Step Congress? (UPDATED)

Health Policy PhD Student Publishes Op-Ed on Kentucky Bill Targeting Pregnant Women Addicted to Opioids

Rachel Keller Landis argues that expanding the definition of child abuse to include neonatal abstinence syndrome is likely to harm infants.

Brief Calls on U.S. District Court to Strike Down New Hampshire’s Medicaid Work Experiment

The brief calls New Hampshire’s Medicaid work experiment “arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion and contrary to law.”

Video: The Humanitarian Principles: Flag or Compass? (2019 Southby Lecture in Comparative Health Policy)

Rony Brauman, MD, the director of research at the MSF Foundation and professor at the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester was the keynote speaker.