Enrollment

uniQure Reports Completion of Enrollment in First Cohort of P- I/II Trial for AMT-130 to Treat Huntington’s Disease

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Shots: The company has completed the enrollment in the first cohort of P- I/II trial involves assessing AMT-130 in 10 patients, out of which six patients received treatment with AMT-130 and four patients received imitation surgery for early manifest HD The company plans to initiate… Read More »uniQure Reports Completion of Enrollment in First Cohort of P- I/II Trial for AMT-130 to Treat Huntington’s Disease

Medicaid Spending and Enrollment Trends Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic – Updated for FY 2021 & Looking Ahead to FY 2022

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Even as the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out is accelerating across the country, the public health and economic effects of the pandemic continue to put pressure on Medicaid spending and enrollment. In mid-February 2021, the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) and Health Management Associates (HMA) fielded a two-part… Read More »Medicaid Spending and Enrollment Trends Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic – Updated for FY 2021 & Looking Ahead to FY 2022

Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility and Enrollment Policies as of January 2021: Findings from a 50-State Survey

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This report provides data on state Medicaid and CHIP eligibility levels and presents a snapshot of key aspects of state enrollment and renewal procedures in place during the COVID-19 PHE based on information from the 19th annual survey of Medicaid and CHIP program officials in… Read More »Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility and Enrollment Policies as of January 2021: Findings from a 50-State Survey

Biden to reopen ACA marketplaces for 3 months

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The Biden administration established a special enrollment period to give uninsured Americans a chance to sign up for insurance on the HealthCare.gov markets. Providers and payers applauded the announcement, but it remains to be seen whether the move will encourage people to get insured.

Analyzing Recent Trends in Medicaid/CHIP Applications: What We Do and Do Not Know

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This data note discusses changes in the number of applications for Medicaid/CHIP coverage during the coronavirus pandemic. Although enrollment in Medicaid/CHIP has increased steadily by more than 6 million individuals (9%) from February to September 2020, the total number of Medicaid/CHIP applications has decreased by… Read More »Analyzing Recent Trends in Medicaid/CHIP Applications: What We Do and Do Not Know

Nearly 9 Million Uninsured Americans Could Get Free or Subsidized Health Insurance if the Biden Administration Re-Opens ACA Marketplace Enrollment in Response to COVID-19

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Four million uninsured people could get an ACA bronze plan with no premium payment and 4.9 million others could get subsidies to offset the cost of such a plan if the Biden Administration were to re-open ACA marketplace enrollment, a KFF analysis finds. Four million… Read More »Nearly 9 Million Uninsured Americans Could Get Free or Subsidized Health Insurance if the Biden Administration Re-Opens ACA Marketplace Enrollment in Response to COVID-19

Key Issues for State Medicaid Programs When the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Ends

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As a result of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) , states have experienced increased enrollment along with administrative challenges. After the PHE ends, states are likely to have renewal and redetermination backlogs and will face decisions around continuing temporary policy changes. This brief highlights… Read More »Key Issues for State Medicaid Programs When the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Ends

Medicaid: What to Watch in 2021

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As the Biden Administration takes office, the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic downturn are the key issues that will substantially shape Medicaid coverage and financing policy in the year ahead.

Medicaid Maintenance of Eligibility (MOE) Requirements: Issues to Watch

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Federal legislation provides a temporary increase in federal Medicaid matching rates to states conditioned on states providing continuous eligibility for existing enrollees and meeting certain other eligibility requirements. This brief provides an overview of these maintenance of eligibility (MOE) requirements, examines what happens when the… Read More »Medicaid Maintenance of Eligibility (MOE) Requirements: Issues to Watch

10 Reasons to Pay Attention to ACA Open Enrollment This Year

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Whether new to the market or reenrolling, everyone who wants 2021 coverage through the ACA Marketplace must sign up during Open Enrollment. Here, we detail ten ways in which the 2021 ACA open enrollment period differs from enrollment periods in past years.

Eli Lilly Pauses Enrollment in ACTIV-3 Clinical Trial Due to Safety Concerns

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Shots:  The independent DSMB recommended pausing the enrollment of the ACTIV-3 clinical trial. The trial is evaluating Lilly’s bamlanivimab (LY-CoV555, 7000mg) + remdesivir as a treatment for COVID-19 in hospitalized patients, and is sponsored by the NIAID Lilly trusts the judgment & supports independent DSMB… Read More »Eli Lilly Pauses Enrollment in ACTIV-3 Clinical Trial Due to Safety Concerns

Strata Oncology Collaborates with Mirati Therapeutics to Broaden Enrollment in Clinical Trial of MRTX849 for Patients with Advanced Solid Tumors

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Shots: The multiple expansion cohort will assess the safety, tolerability, drug levels, molecular effects, and clinical activity of MRTX849 in patients with advanced solid tumors harboring a KRAS G12C mutation Strata Oncology will identify patients to be considered for enrollment into Mirati’s P-I/II study. The… Read More »Strata Oncology Collaborates with Mirati Therapeutics to Broaden Enrollment in Clinical Trial of MRTX849 for Patients with Advanced Solid Tumors