Tennessee collected about $344 million (or 2%) more than was originally budgeted for the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2018.
Education levels, poor health, and lack of home internet access or personal vehicles could hinder the ability of many to get and keep a job.
We review the numerous steps Gov. Haslam and TN lawmakers took during the 2018 legislative session.
The most up-to-date data in 2018 show recent trends persist — the supply and potency of prescription opioids are falling, but negative outcomes continue to climb.
Research shows 4 broad factors other than genetics influence our health.
As of June 30, 2018, Tennessee had collected about 95% of its total budgeted revenue for the current fiscal year. Actual collections were about 3% higher than estimated.
Expect premiums for many popular plans to fall in all 95 counties next year and competition to increase in the 4 largest metro areas.
As of May 31, Tennessee had collected about 84% of total budgeted revenue for the fiscal year. Actual collections were about 3% higher than estimated.
Many attributes make Tennessee an attractive place to start, move, or grow a business. Tennesseans’ health is not one of them.
Prosperity and health are closely connected. Here's how Tennesseans' income, wealth, education, and other socioeconomic factors influence our health.
When that recession comes, the governor’s options could prove more limited than in years past. Tough decisions lie ahead.
It includes 4 types of health care providers focused on services that help uninsured adults avoid more costly hospitalizations.