New Administration, New Approach to Medicaid Waivers?

“What Medicaid Recipients And Other Low-Income Adults Think About Medicaid Work Requirements.” Jessica Greene. Health Affairs Blog. August 30, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/jeph

“Medicaid Waivers Should Further Program Objectives, Not Impose Barriers to Coverage and Care.” Judith Solomon and Jessica Schubel. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. August 29, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/PkRt

“Time to Modernize Medicaid’s Broken Waiver Process.” Rep. Brett Guthrie. Morning Consult. August 22, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/bTvx

“Section 1115 Medicaid Expansion Waivers: A Look at Key Themes and State Specific Waiver Provisions.” MaryBeth Musumeci, Elizabeth Hinton, and Robin Rudowitz. Kaiser Family Foundation. August 16, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/n6pv

“States’ Waivers Could Lay Groundwork for Big Medicaid Changes.” Victoria Pelham. Bloomberg BNA. August 11, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/jbWT

“Comparing Section 1332 and Section 1115 Waiver Authorities.” Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission. August 2016. Available at http://allh.us/dCGf

“Are Section 1115 Waivers A Panacea For Draconian Medicaid Funding Reductions?” Sara Rosenbaum. Health Affairs Blog. July 17, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/xWNB

“Nearly 17 Cents of Each State Revenue Dollar Goes to Medicaid.” Matt McKillop and Jessica Carges. The Pew Charitable Trusts. July 14, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/6Wbk

“State Flexibility for Medicaid: How Much?” Stuart Butler. The JAMA Forum. June 14, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/YcBM

“What Might a Medicaid Work Requirement Mean?” Sara Rosenbaum, Sara Rothenberg, Sara Schmucker, and Rachel Gunsalus. The Commonwealth Fund. May 31, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/eYXq

“A Survey of State Medicaid Expansion 1115 Waivers.” Tara O’Neill Hayes. American Action Forum. May 22, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/uUcq

“The Value of Introducing Work Requirements to Medicaid.” Ben Gitis and Tara O’Neill Hayes. American Action Forum. May 2, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/M387

“Medicaid Work Requirements: Who’s At Risk?” Leighton Ku and Erin Brantley. Health Affairs Blog. April 12, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/jEH6

“CMS Chief To Sit Out Watershed Decision On Medicaid Work Mandate In Kentucky.” Phil Galewitz. Kaiser Health News. April 5, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/Yp8c

“Key State Flexibilities for Consideration in Medicaid Reform.” National Association of Medicaid Directors. March 23, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/bG9E

“Secretary Price and CMS Administrator Verma Take First Joint Action: Affirm Partnership of HHS, CMS, and States to Improve Medicaid Program.” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. March 14, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/qWhP

“3 Key Questions: Section 1115 Medicaid Demonstration Waivers.” Elizabeth Hinton, Robin Rudowitz, and MaryBeth Musumeci,. Kaiser Family Foundation. February 15, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/x7TK

“Overview of Alternative Medicaid Expansion Waivers.” Patricia Boozang, Deborah Bachrach, and Mindy Lipson. State Health Reform Assistance Network. January 2017. Available at http://allh.us/tDpF

“The Future of Medicaid Transformation: A Practical Guide for States,” Hemi Tewarson, Frederic Isasi, and Hilary Kennedy. National Governors Association. July 22, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/cvFm

“Update on Medicaid Expansion via 1115 Waivers.” National Association of Community Health Centers. June 2016. Available at http://allh.us/T6xB

“Addressing Growth in Medicaid Spending: State Options.” Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission. June 2016. Available at http://allh.us/8brG

“Essentials of Health Policy: A Sourcebook for Journalists and Policymakers – Medicaid and CHIP.” The Alliance for Health Reform. 2017. Available at http://allh.us/FhBr

“Chapter 2: Medicaid.” James C. Capretta. A Safety Net That Works. American Enterprise Institute. Available at http://allh.us/dxE4

“Medicaid 1115 Coverage Waivers Resource Center.” Families USA. Available at http://allh.us/gAck