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GMU/UI-Medicare Beneficiaries That Spend More Have Better Health

Jun 2011

According to findings of a study released May 26, 2011 by researchers at George Mason University and the Urban Institute, greater spending on medical services means better overall health for Medicare beneficiaries.


NGA/NASBO-The Fiscal Survey of States: Spring 2011

Jun 2011

A report from the National Governors Association and the National Association of State Budget Officials.


KFF-Briefs Examine Section 1115 Medicaid Demonstration Waivers

Jun 2011

An issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured provides an overview of what Section 1115 Medicaid waivers are, how they are approved and financed, how states have used them, and how they are impacted by health reform.


KFF-The New Rules for Determining Income Under Medicaid in 2014

Jun 2011

An issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation explains the new rules governing the way that states determine eligibility for Medicaid and CHIP under health reform, and specifically the changes in how income and household size are defined in order to determine eligibility for those programs as well as for the Exchange premium credits.


RWJF-Implementing a Successful Public Education & Marketing Campaign to Promote State Health Insurance Exchanges

Jun 2011

The latest in a series on implementing health insurance exchanges provides state officials with valuable information and resources on implementing a successful public education and marketing campaign to promote enrollment in exchanges.


NYSHF/UHF-Coordinating Medicaid and the Exchange in New York State

Jun 2011

To achieve seamlessness between Medicaid and the state health benefit exchange, the author has outlined five key areas that state policymakers need to coordinate when setting up New York's exchange.


NAIC-Health Insurance Exchanges Under The Affordable Care Act: Governance Options And Issues-Draft

Jun 2011

This paper outlines options for exchange governance, such as an exchange’s location relative to state insurance regulators and other state agencies; an exchange’s operation and legal structure; and ensuring exchange accountability.


CMWF-State-Based Coverage Solutions: The California Health Benefit Exchange

Jun 2011

This brief examines California's health benefit exchange establishment decisions, which can provide a roadmap for other states as they set up their exchanges.

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