Monthly Archives: March 2015
Two new studies show that states that have agreed to expand eligibility requirements for their Medicaid programs are saving millions of dollars. The first study, from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, reviewed Kentucky and Arkansas. According
On March 6, 2015 Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation requiring the state to ask federal permission to tighten the state’s requirements for Medicaid eligibility. The legislation would impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients and have t
Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock has proposed Montana expand Medicaid coverage which would provide the state, as well as healthcare providers and private contractors who help administer the program, hundreds millions of federal dollars on top of the $1.
Earlier this week, the “Uncompensated Pending Medicaid Beneficiary Payment Relief Act,” bill (A-3928) was approved. The bill would require the New Jersey State Department of Human Service to reimburse nursing homes up to fifty percent of t
Since New Jersey state officials have put private insurance companies in charge of its Medicaid long-term care programs more than seven months, elderly and disabled residents are experiencing delays in getting approval for in-home services. The i