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About this Dashboard This dashboard monitors the status of the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative’s (PMI) partner countries’ progress toward global malaria targets. It includes data for 30 countries, including 27….
Introduction A KFF survey of adults with health insurance found that roughly 6 in 10 insured adults experience problems when they use their insurance. Problems examined include denied claims, network….
As Congress considers reauthorization of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) for a fourth time, KFF explores the debate over abortion policy that has stalled the legislation and….
KFF Examines Challenges in Navigating Coverage for Opill, the First Over-the-Counter Daily Oral Contraceptive Pill, Coming to Market Next Year
As Opill—the first over-the-counter daily oral contraceptive pill in the United States—is expected to be available for purchase in early 2024, new research conducted by KFF examines barriers to its….
A relatively new group of medications used for weight loss has emerged, providing new opportunities for obesity treatment but also raising questions about access to and affordability of these drugs…..
Sept 15 Web Event: Will Insurance Cover Over-the-Counter Contraceptive Pills? A Discussion of Coverage Options and Challenges – KFF
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved Opill—the first over-the-counter daily oral contraceptive pill in the United States. Beginning in early 2024, people will be able to purchase Opill….
As states unwind the Medicaid continuous enrollment provision, data show that large shares of people are being disenrolled for paperwork or procedural reasons as opposed to being determined ineligible. These….