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Acting Executive Director Press Release

San Francisco, CA – HealthTech 4 Medicaid (HT4M) recently announced that Adimika Arthur has assumed the role of Acting Executive Director.

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Together top U.S. healthcare CEOs advance innovation for Medicaid programs

HealthTech4Medicaid (HT4M), a national nonprofit organization seeking to revolutionize the healthcare system by bringing technology innovation to Medicaid, announced its organizational launch November 13th.

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The Time Is Now: The Case for Digital Health Innovation for the Poor and Underserved

This year venture capitalists and health systems will invest more than $7 billion in digital health solutions including wearables and biosensors like Fitbits, precision medicine and genomics, mobile diagnostics, and clinical decision support via telemedicine.

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Health tech collaborative hopes to bring valuable solutions to the vulnerable

Medicaid beneficiaries are, by definition, the most vulnerable healthcare population in America. Despite this, innovative health technology companies tend to bring their products elsewhere—usually the employer-sponsored or Medicare Advantage markets.

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41 health tech CEOs join forces to bring innovation to Medicaid

More than 40 health technology CEOs from around the country have joined forces to bring technological innovation to the Medicaid program, which provides healthcare to one in five Americans.

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Venture-backed Medicaid entrepreneurs launch advocacy group to better drive innovation

A new national nonprofit called HealthTech4Medicaid (HT4M) is being created with the mission to improve quality and access for Medicaid recipients by helping to support new ideas in the space.

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What Does the Outcome of the Midterm Elections Mean for Medicaid Expansion?

While not typically an election issue, Medicaid — particularly the Medicaid expansion created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — was an important issue in the 2018 midterm elections in a number of campaigns throughout the country.

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Medicaid Enrollment & Spending Growth: FY 2018 & 2019

A stronger economy was a primary factor driving lower Medicaid enrollment growth and relatively steady spending growth as states finished state fiscal year (FY) 2018 and adopted budgets for FY 2019.