2 edition of Evaluating state Medicaid reforms found in the catalog.
Evaluating state Medicaid reforms
Pamela L. Haynes
by American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C. (1150 17th St., N.W., Washington 20036)
Written in English
|Statement||Pamela L. Haynes.|
|Series||Special analysis -- no. 85-2., AEI special analyses -- no. 85-2.|
|LC Classifications||HD7102.U4 H33 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
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By: Robert Mechanic, MBA, Jennifer Perloff Phd, Darren Zinner Phd, Moaven Razavi Phd, Michael J. Keane Dr. actThe purpose of this project is to provide a thought piece about what type of coordinated framework might be developed for evaluating the evidence HHS will receive from the multiple delivery system reform initiatives planned and underway. To make such reforms work, we need to shift decision-making authority back to the families and state and local governments who actually manage—or cope with—the Medicaid program on .
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( 17th St., N.W., Washington ) Wikipedia Citation. Most recently Zimmerman has been working as a Vice President at Hennepin Healthcare, but prior to that she served as Minnesota s State Medicaid Director for 4 years, and several roles at DHS over the past decade that included leading the development and launch of the department s purchasing reform initiatives including direct provider.
Evaluating the Effects Evaluating state Medicaid reforms book Medicaid on Welfare and Work: Evidence from the Past Decade federal mandates for Medicaid, and the introduc-tion of the States Children’s Health Insurance Pro-gram, have increased eligibility for health insurance.
Medicaid provides a basic set of free or subsidized medical services to poor, eligible families. The pro. The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) analyzed reports and regulations from all 50 states to identify how their Medicaid programs reimbursed for non-licensed, non-master’s-level substance use disorder (SUD) staff – including counselors, peers, and other qualified staff – who typically deliver services within licensed behavioral health agencies or facilities.
A variety of states, including Oregon, had made modest attempts at Medicaid reforms throughout the years. However, Oregon’s effort may represent the largest attempt of any state to transform the Medicaid payment and delivery system since the program’s inception in Author: K.
John McConnell, Stephanie Renfro. The 74th Texas Legislature implemented the State of Texas Access Reform Plus (STAR+PLUS) program to create a cost-neutral managed care system to combine acute care with long-term services and supports (LTSS).
The STAR+PLUS program does not change Medicaid eligibility or services. It does change the way Medicaid services are delivered. Lessons Learned From State Medicaid Reforms Payment and care delivery reform are hot topics now and are essential elements to any state Medicaid reform effort.
As implementation of the Affordable Care Act moves forward, states will be wise. Welfare Reform Monitoring and Evaluation: The Current Landscape This chapter describes the landscape of studies on welfare reform about four years after the passage of PRWORA.
It includes both completed studies as well as a larger number that are under way or even in the planning stages. With the passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) ofthe United States embarked on a major policy change to its social welfare and safety net programs for the poor.
The most fundamental and far-reaching reform of the traditional cash welfare. Medicaid, the provider of health insurance coverage for about one in five Americans and the largest payer for long-term care services in the community and nursing homes, continues to Author: Robin Rudowitz.
reforms such as managed care. Though state approaches to section demonstrations vary, many demonstrations share the common goals of controlling costs while improving access and quality. Evaluating the degree to which each of four demonstration types achieve these and other.
The “enhanced” Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for the Medicaid expansion in the original bill (P.L. § and §) were modified in the “reconciliation” bill. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) could do more to facilitate state-to-state learning, data collection, and analyses of the effects of telehealth on access, cost, and quality; and how Medicaid programs could work with and educate plans, providers, and enrollees.
CMS could extend existing mechanisms for supporting programFile Size: KB. Medicaid directors have been pushed to find cost savings in their programs in the midst of recent budget shortfalls, often using blunt instruments such as cuts in benefits, provider rates, and eligibility.
But Medicaid directors are also evaluating and implementing more sustainable reforms to ensure Medicaid continues to provide quality services within tight state budgets, [ ]. And a third is to involve community members and stakeholders in drawing up reforms.
State efforts to develop comprehensive health reform policy began in the s and eventually led to the creation of the Oregon Health Plan, a nationally recognized model that limited the number of covered services through a prioritized list and in return. Impact of Recent Welfare and Immigration Reforms on Use of Medicaid for Prenatal Care by Immigrants in California the slow and confusing implementation of the reforms, and (3) the intimidating Medicaid eligibility process.
Singh S, Frost J: Medicaid eligibility expansions for pregnant women: Evaluating the strength of state Cited by: Evaluating Welfare Reform in the United States Article in Journal of Economic Literature 40(4) February with 75 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Current State-Level Trends and Health Reforms. Wisconsin Legislator Briefing BookChapter Health Care and Health Insurance. Wisconsin Legislative Council, November Kaiser Family Foundation. Quick Take: Key Considerations in Evaluating the ACA Medicaid Expansion for States.
Ap. However, for New York state tax-exempt health, human, and social-service providers, the coronavirus could not have come at a worse time. The New York State Medicaid program, with expenditures exceeding $70 billion each year, is under extraordinary downward budgetary pressure as the governor and legislators finalize the state budget for the.In recent years, we have made policy recommendations and funded advocacy to support kinship families, strengthen early childhood development, align federal child welfare financing with best practices, increase children’s reading proficiency and provide alternatives to youth detention and reduce incarceration.
We promote the effective administration of essential safety-net .Full text of "EVALUATING COORDINATION OF CARE IN MEDICAID: IMPROVING QUALITY AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES" See other formats.