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✏Transit Agency Participation in Medicaid Transportation Programs Book Summary :
📒The Complete Guide To Medicaid And Nursing Home Costs ✍ Joan M Russell
✏The Complete Guide to Medicaid and Nursing Home Costs Book Summary : A comprehensive guide to understanding Medicaid and nursing home costs that provides legal advice on protecting personal assets, state and federal laws regarding nursing care facilities, and information on wills and trusts.
📒Medicaid ✍ United States. General Accounting Office
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📒Medicare And Medicaid At 50 ✍ Alan B. Cohen
✏Medicare and Medicaid at 50 Book Summary : For fifty years, Medicare and Medicaid have stood at the center of a contentious debate surrounding American government, citizenship, and health care entitlement. In Medicare and Medicaid at 50, leading scholars in politics, government, economics, health policy, and history offer a comprehensive assessment of the evolution of these programs and their impact on society -- from their origins in the Great Society era to the current battles over the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"). These highly accessible essays examine Medicare and Medicaid from their origins as programs for the elderly and poor to their later role as a safety net for the middle class. Along the way, they have served as touchstones for heated debates about economics, social welfare, and the role of government. Medicare and Medicaid at 50 addresses key questions for understanding the past and future of health policy in America, including: · What were the origins for these initiatives, and how were they transformed over time? · What marks have Medicare and Medicaid left on society? · In what ways have these programs produced innovation, even in eras of retrenchment? · How did Medicaid, once regarded as a poor person's program, expand its benefits and coverage over the decades to become the platform for the ACA's future expansion? The volume's contributors go on to examine the powerful role of courts in these transformations, along with the shifting roles of Congress, public opinion, and state governors in the programs' ongoing evolution. From Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama on the left, and from Ronald Reagan to George W. Bush on the right, American political leaders have tied their political fortunes to the fate of America's entitlement programs; Medicare and Medicaid at 50 helps explain why, and how those ongoing debates are likely to shape the future of the Affordable Care Act.
📒Texas Medicaid In Perspective ✍ Anne Dunkelberg
✏Texas Medicaid in Perspective Book Summary : A comprehensive report on the Medicaid situation in the State of Texas. Includes: Medicaid fundamentals, the big picture; what does Medicaid do?; Medicaid spending from all angles; the Texas context: father to go; new directions for Medicaid; & an extensive glossary. 40 charts & tables.
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📒Medicaid ✍ John Holahan
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📒Medicaid And The Limits Of State Health Reform ✍ Michael Sparer
✏Medicaid And The Limits of State Health Reform Book Summary : A critical look at state-dominated health care
📒Medicaid ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
✏Medicaid Book Summary : Given the expansion of Managed Care (MC) & reports of abuses, this report: describes the role of marketing in expanding participation in MC & the types of marketing & enroll. abuses that have occurred; identifies state efforts to curb or prevent these abuses & to ensure that beneficiaries are adequately informed about their health plan options & MC as a service delivery approach; & identifies state efforts to measure the effective. of their educ. & enroll. approaches. In FY Ô95, Fed. & state Medicaid expenditures reached $150 billion & accounted for more than 19% of state budgets.
📒Medicaid And Devolution ✍ Frank J. Thompson
✏Medicaid and Devolution Book Summary : How much responsibility for providing health care to the poor should be devolved from the federal government to the states? Any answer to this critical policy question requires a careful assessment of the Medicaid program. Drawing on the insights of leading scholars and top state health care officials, this volume analyzes the policy and management implications of various options for Medicaid devolution. Proponents of devolution typically express confidence that states can meet the challenges it will pose for them. But, as this book shows, the degree to which states have the capacity and commitment to use enhanced discretion to sustain or improve health care for the poor remains an open question. Their failure to attend to issues of politics, implementation, and management could lead to disappointment. Chapters focus on such topics as Medicaid financing, benefits and beneficiaries, long-term care, managed care, safety net providers, and the appropriate division of labor between the federal government and the states. The contributors are Donald Boyd, Center for the Study of the States; Lawrence D. Brown, Columbia University; James R. Fossett, Rockefeller College; Richard P. Nathan, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, Albany; Michael Sparer, Columbia University; James Tallon, United Hospital Fund; and Joshua M. Weiner, the Urban Institute.