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States face big costs, coverage losses from Medicaid work requirements

States face big costs, coverage losses from Medicaid work requirements

By Harris Meyer  |  May 23, 2018

The liberal Center on Budget and Policy Priorities said imposing so-called community engagement requirements, premiums and other conditions means states and the federal government will have to spend tens of millions to track compliance and handle appeals.

CMS Medicaid access rule poses financial hit to hospitals

CMS Medicaid access rule poses financial hit to hospitals

By Virgil Dickson  |  May 23, 2018

The CMS' proposal to allow states to opt out of a Obama-era rule meant to ensure Medicaid beneficiaries have adequate access to care could endanger hospitals' solvency and reduce access to care.

Kaiser invests $200 million to fight homelessness

Kaiser invests $200 million to fight homelessness

By Steven Ross Johnson  |  May 21, 2018

Health system giant Kaiser Permanente is committing $200 million to fight housing insecurity as it begins seeking investment opportunities as a way to improve community health.

Auditors unable to analyze KanCare data

Auditors unable to analyze KanCare data

By Associated Press  |  May 14, 2018

Kansas' data are too poorly documented to determine whether the state's privatized Medicaid plan is working, according to legislative auditors.

Illinois wins Medicaid flexibility under Trump

Illinois wins Medicaid flexibility under Trump

By Kristen Schorsch  |  May 08, 2018

Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has received federal approval to use $2 billion in Medicaid funding differently. The state plans to boost behavioral health services and combat the opioid crisis.

Verma draws the line on Medicaid limits, ACO risk contracts

Verma draws the line on Medicaid limits, ACO risk contracts

By Virgil Dickson  |  May 07, 2018

CMS Administrator Seema Verma told hospital executives that she will reject Kansas' request to impose lifetime limits on Medicaid coverage. She also came out against allowing ACOs to continue avoiding downside risk.

Ohio hospitals battle proposed Medicaid work requirements

Ohio hospitals battle proposed Medicaid work requirements

By Lydia Coutré  |  April 30, 2018

Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth and University Hospitals raised concerns that Ohio's proposed work requirements for the Medicaid expansion population could harm access, care delivery and reimbursement.

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