Medicaid Expansions

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CHCS-Using Care Managers and Quality Improvement Coaches to Transform Medicaid Primary Care

May 2011

This technical assistance brief describes how states are using two types of practice-based supports – care managers and quality improvement experts – to help Medicaid primary care practices provide higher-quality, more patient-centered, and cost-effective care.


KFF-State-By-State Impact of Changes in Medicaid Financing

May 2011

This report projects the state-by-state impact of converting Medicaid into a block grant and eliminating the planned expansion of the program by repealing the health reform law, as called for under the House Budget Plan.


MN-Expands Its Medical Assistance Program

May 2011

On March 1, 2011, 12,000 currently uninsured Minnesotans became eligible for the Medical Assistance Program—the state’s Medicaid program. Two months have passed and the program has enrolled over 60,000 enrollees.


OH-Medicaid Basics 2011

May 2011

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio has released Ohio Medicaid Basics 2011. Updated every two years to coincide with the state biennium budget, Ohio Medicaid Basics provides an expansive overview of the Medicaid program in Ohio.


OR-Current Public Insurance Programs and Potential Expansions Under the ACA

Jan 2011

Chart of the current public insurance programs in Oregon and the potential expansions that would occur under the Affordable Care Act.


CA-Low Income Health Program (LIHP)

May 2011

California's Low Income Health Program, is the new Medicaid-based program that California will use to expand the public insurance program in advance of the federal expansion in 2014.


UHF-Medicaid In New York the Road Ahead

May 2011

This presentation discusses current enrollment and spending associated with New York's Medicaid program and lays out the challenges ahead.


HHS-Proposed Rule on Medicaid Provider Payments

May 2011

May 6, 2011 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the proposed rule for Medicaid provider payments.


HHS-Medicaid "Secret Shopper"

May 2011

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is seeking approval for a study in which researchers will call more than 4,100 doctors’ offices in nine states and seek appointments posing as patients with various medical needs. The proposed study will aim to assess the availability and timliness of primary care physicians accepting new patients covered by Medicare or Medicaid.


KS-Medicaid Block Grants 101

May 2011

The pros and cons of capping federal Medicaid payouts to states.

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