Data Raises Concerns About the Impact of Medicaid Work Requirements

A brief published by the Commonwealth Fund predicts the impact on adult Medicaid beneficiaries in Kentucky if work requirements go into effect. The authors estimate that as many as 118,000 adults enrolled in Medicaid would either become uninsured for an extended period of time or experience a gap in insurance over a two-year period.

Health Policy Professor Comments on Impacts of Trump Administration’s Reinterpretation of ACA Waiver Provisions

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the U.S. Department of the Treasury recently released guidance granting states more flexibility to design alternatives to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by reinterpreting existing waiver provisions under the law.

GW Milken Institute School of Public Health Researchers Comment on Virginia’s Proposed Medicaid Work Experiment

The comments describe what the Milken Institute SPH researchers perceive to be the fundamental flaws with this (or any other) mandatory Medicaid work demonstration.

Low-income Adults in Medicaid Expansion States Report Better Access to Health Care, GAO Report Finds

A new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) adds to the growing evidence that some states' failure to expand Medicaid is leaving low income adults with unmet health needs. Based on U.S. National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) data, the report focuses on access to care for low-income adults in states that have and have not expanded access to Medicaid.

Sara Rosenbaum Analyzes Impacts of New “Public Charge” Rule on Immigrants with Medicaid

Professor Sara Rosenbaum The new analysis explains why the proposed "public charge" rule published last week by the Trump administration could affect millions of legal immigrants enrolled in Medicaid and would have a dramatic impact on the overall stability of the health care system.