Postpartum depression and many birth-related infections often don’t have time to show up before care is cut off.
The pandemic has highlighted how inequality continues to fuel disparities in vaccination against preventable disease.
The Hyde Amendment denies abortion coverage for people enrolled in Medicaid and has been in spending bills since 1976.
Low-income people are disproportionately impacted by the virus but have much lower vaccination rates.
Biden’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is rebranding a Trump-era Medicare privatization scheme.
It’s time for Medicaid to pay for doulas — and pay them fairly, say birth workers and their advocates.
The reactionary “justices” seem more inclined to shield corporate profits than to protect people’s health and safety.
Seven states will miss out on millions in funding due to undercounts estimated at over 1 percent of their population.
The disparity reflects the difficulties that the poorest communities face getting health information and care.
It’s time the U.S. had a health care system that operates as a public good, free from the demands of profit-making.