• March 25, 2014Web First
  • Dependent Coverage Without CHIP

  • A new study found if the CHIP program was not renewed, enrollees in single coverage employer-sponsored plans could pay up to $11,829 a year to add two or more dependent children to their insurance.
  • Thomas M. Selden, Genevieve M. Kenney, and co-authors
  • April 17, 2015Workplace Wellness Programs
  • Workplace Health, Equity, And Privacy

  • Tim Jost explains guidance from several federal departments and agencies on workplace wellness programs and the difficult balances these programs require.
  • April 16, 2015Global Health
  • Preventing The Next Ebola

  • World Health Organization Director General Margaret Chan and coauthors outline the WHO's plans to prevent another emergency like the Ebola epidemic.
  • April 14, 2015Health Affairs
  • Health Affairs Blog's New Look

  • Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil describes Health Affairs Blog's redesign, unveiled this week, featuring a more accessible, topics-based organization.
  • Right-to-Try Laws (Updated)

  • Some states have passed legislation intended to expand access to experimental treatments for patients with serious or life-threatening conditions.March 05, 2015
  • Risk Corridors (Updated)

  • An amendment to the 2015 federal budget continuing appropriation raises a question: Will insurers receive their full 2014 risk corridor payments?February 19, 2015
  • The ACA At Five

  • Editor-in-chief Alan Weil, in a WTOP interview, discusses how the Affordable Care Act has changed health care in the US.