Where Medicaid Stands

All materials can be found in full at the sources indicated

“5 Key Questions: Medicaid Block Grants & Per Capita Caps.” Robin Rudowitz. Kaiser Family Foundation. January 31, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/BpJb

“The ACA’s Section 1332 Waivers: Will We See More State Innovation in Health Care Reform?” Joel Ario. NIHCM Foundation. August 2016. Available at http://allh.us/DnFh

“Aiming Higher: Results from the Commonwealth Fund Scorecard on State Health System Performance, 2017 Edition.” David C. Radley, Douglas McCarthy, and Susan L. Hayes. The Commonwealth Fund. March 2017. Available at http://allh.us/Avju

“Alternative Approaches to Federal Medicaid Financing.” Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC). June 2016. Available at http://allh.us/rCWA

“Don’t expect Medicaid work requirements to make a big difference.” Drew Altman. Axios. April 3, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/upAV

“Essential Facts About Health Reform Alternatives: Medicaid Per Capita Caps.” The Commonwealth Fund. April 11, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/dten

“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

“Four common-sense Medicaid solutions House Republicans should put in their Obamacare replacement.” Josh Archambault. Washington Examiner. March 13, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/ryHq

“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

“Health Reform 2.0: Alternate State Waiver Paths Under the Affordable Care Act.” Chapin White and Virginia Kotzias. National Institute for Health Care Reform. September 2015. Available at http://allh.us/vGFx

“The Impact of Medicaid Capped Funding on Children.” Caroline F. Pearson and Lindsey Peugh. Avalere Health. May 18, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/EnDN

“Kansas moves to expand Medicaid as GOP legislatures face pressure after ‘Trumpcare’ failure.” Jose A. DelReal and Sandhya Somashekhar. The Washington Post. March 28, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/rmCM

“Key Themes in Section 1115 Medicaid Expansion Waivers.” MaryBeth Musumeci, Elizabeth Hinton, and Robin Rudowitz. Kaiser Family Foundation. March 14, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/PEK7

“‘Medicaid Oversight: Existing Problems and Ways to Strengthen the Program’ Hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House, 114th Cong. (Statement by Josh Archambault, MPP).” Foundation for Government Accountability. January 31, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/WTNJ

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

“The New Review and Approval Process Rule for Section 1115 Medicaid and CHIP Demonstration Waivers.” Kaiser Family Foundation. March 2012. Available at http://allh.us/rdwm

“Pence’s Medicaid experiment confounds expectations on the left and right.” Rachana Pradhan. Politico. April 15, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/RDAM

“The Senate Should Put the Needy First In Obamacare Reform.” Christopher Pope. Investor’s Business Daily. May 19, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/9Dv3

“Trends in Medicaid Spending.” Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC). June 2016. Available at http://allh.us/Qeyb

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

“Waivers represent a quieter way for Republicans to change health care.” Rachel Gershon. STAT. March 29, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/MTua

“Work requirement is essential to healthcare reform.” Nic Horton. The Hill. March 3, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/EXat