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With elections just three weeks away, governors’ races in 36 states – with 17 open seats – are down to the wire and important health policy issues, such as Medicaid expansion, stabilizing insurance markets, public options, and prescription drug price controls, are at play in most of them. The National Academy for State Health Policy […]
Friday, August 17th 8:30am – 10:00am In January 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued a new policy allowing states to impose work and community engagement requirements on certain Medicaid enrollees. Several states have already received federal approval to implement these policies and others are exploring this option. During this session, a national […]
States Could Gain More Flexibility to Manage Medicaid Programs — What Can They Learn from the 1990s AFDC Flexibility Experience?
The new Administration has signaled a willingness to give states more flexibility to address health and prevention in new and innovative ways under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act. This provision allows the Department of Health and Human Services to approve experimental and innovative projects that promote the goals of Medicaid. This comes at […]