Medicaid Expansions

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IOM Report: Essential Health Benefits

Oct 2011

The essential health benefits package specifies the services that all Qualified Health Plans will be required to cover if they are to participate in any state’s health insurance exchange.


Medicaid Managed Care State Report

Sep 2011

This report provides state-level overview of how Medicaid is managed and strategies for improving access to care, quality of care and accountability.


The Individual and Program Impacts of Eliminating Medicaid Dental Benefits in the Oregon Health Plan

Sep 2011

This HCFO brief examines a study that looked at the change in Oregon’s Medicaid program that resulted in a natural experiment to explore the impacts of eliminating dental benefits on low-income adults.


HHS Medicad RAC Final Rule

Sep 2011

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued its final rule on Medicaid RAC program.


Expanding Medi-Cal: Profiles of Potential New Users

Sep 2011

This report provides characteristics of uninsured Californians likely to become eligible for Medi-Cal under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2014.


Colorado 2011 Safety Net Primer

Sep 2011

Colorado Health Institute released the "2011 Safety Net Primer."


Ten Considerations for States in Linking Medicaid and the Health Benefit Exchanges

Sep 2011

This brief looks at the opportunities for linkages between public and private coverage, explaining that such linkages should seek to streamline administration across programs and facilitate seamless transitions between programs for individuals.


Exchange, Medicaid and IRS Proposed Regulation Summaries

Sep 2011

A report from the State Health Reform Assistance Network, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, that analyzes three federal draft regulations.


When Unemployed Means Uninsured: The Toll of Job Loss on Health Coverage, and How the Affordable Care Act Will Help

Aug 2011

The Commonwealth Fund report  shows the unemployed are skipping out on important medical services and recommends Congress extend COBRA subsidies through 2014.


Impact of the ACA on New Jersey

Aug 2011

The Rutgers Center for State Health Policy released four reports that estimate the impact of the Affordable Care Act on insurance eligibility and enrollment, and address stakeholder view regarding design of the exchange.

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