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Medicaid Expansion States

Page 1. as of July 2016. Coverage Expansion. So far 31 states and DC are
expanding. Medicaid to low-income adults in 2016.

Newly Eligible and Expansion State FMAP Q1 –

7500 Security Boulevard, Mail Stop S2-26-12. Baltimore, MD 21244-1850.
Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services. Medicaid and CHIP FAQS: Newly
Eligible and Expansion State FMAP. Q1: What are the new Federal matching
rates (FMAPs) available under the Affordable Care Act and how do states qualify
for them?

State Participation in the Medicaid Expansion Provision … – SAMHSA

Nov 18, 2015 The provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010
that took effect in 2014 were expected to result in a substantial expansion of
health insurance coverage in the United States and increased access to
behavioral health services. The increase in coverage was achieved through a …

Medicaid expansion – Office of The Assistant Secretary for Planning …

June 20, 2016. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded Medicaid by providing
federal matching funds to cover 100 percent of the cost in states expanding
coverage to nonelderly adults (ages 19 to 64) with income ≤138 percent of the …

Insurance Status by State Medicaid Expansion Status – Centers for …

Insurance Status by State Medicaid Expansion Status: Early Release of
Estimates From the National Health. Interview Survey, 2013–September 2014 by
Lindsey I. Black, M.P.H., and Robin A. Cohen, Ph.D. Division of Health Interview
Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics. Highlights. ○ The percentage of
adults …

State Medicaid Expansion Tobacco Cessation Coverage and …

Dec 9, 2016 In 2015, 27.8% of adult Medicaid enrollees were current cigarette smokers,
compared with 11.1% of adults with private health insurance, placing Medicaid
enrollees at increased risk for smoking-related disease and death (1). In addition,
smoking-related diseases are a major contributor to. Medicaid costs …

Facts about Medicaid ExpansionState of Michigan

Medicaid would be expanded to 133% of the Federal Poverty Level, meaning
that those living at or near pov- erty (about $30,000 per year for a family of four)
would receive health care. In total, 320,000 Michiganders will be covered in the
first year, 470,000 will be covered by 2021, and Michigan's uninsured population
will …

Medicaid Expansion – Louisiana Department of Health

Jul 1, 2017 expansion announcement event in June 2016, in. Baton Rouge, Governor. John
Bel Edwards and. Dr. Rebekah Gee,. Secretary, Louisiana. Department of Health,
visit with a resident who will benefit from Medicaid expansion. Announcement
and enrollment events were held throughout the state in.

GAO-12-821, MEDICAID EXPANSION: States' Implementation of the …

Aug 1, 2012 MEDICAID. EXPANSION. States' Implementation of the Patient. Protection and.
Affordable Care Act. Report to the Ranking Member,. Committee on the Judiciary,
U.S.. Senate. August 2012. GAO-12-821. United States Government
Accountability Office. GAO …

Johnson letter to Governor Brown on Medicaid – Senate Homeland …

Sep 27, 2017 State of California. State Capitol, Suite 1173. Sacramento, CA 95814. Dear
Governor Brown: The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and
Governmental Affairs is examining the Patient Protection and Affordable Care
Act's (ACA) Medicaid expansion. The State of. California's expansion enrollment
has …

state of minnesota –

Jan 6, 2017 Furthermore, the health of our state budget and local economy is dependent on
ACA funding. This includes $2 billion in annual federal support for low income
Minnesotans and those with disabilities who are insured through Medicaid and
MinnesotaCare, Minnesota's. Basic Health Plan. In 2017 alone, we …

Feasibility of Medicaid Expansion under the Affordable … –

Feasibility of Medicaid Expansion under the Affordable Care Act: A Review
Submitted to the. Maine Department of. Health & Human Services. Final Report.
Friday, January 10, 2014. The Alexander Group, LLC. Providence, R.I..
Philadelphia, Pa. Washington, D.C.. Maine State Capitol 1965. Library of
Congress, Prints …

MaineCare Expansion – Idaho Legislature

Aug 11, 2016 have not expanded Medicaid. MaineCare Eligibility: Current versus Expansion.
Terms of Expansion for Maine. Maine's history as an “original expansion state
actually harmed it in terms of the expansion deal CMS offered under the ACA. •
Whereas other states (that were expanding for the first time) …

Economic Perspectives on Utah Medicaid Reform under the ACA

The state budgetary impacts of Medicaid expansion are small in comparison with
off- budget impacts. Which categories of costs and benefits (for which people)
should be considered? ➢ The direct benefits of health insurance to the poor are
very large—much larger than the cost to the state. Are the people of the state

Medicaid expansion – Wyoming Legislature

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Wyoming: 7. 8. Section 1. 9. 10. (a)
The governor, the insurance commissioner and the. 11 director of the department
of health shall collaborate. 12 together and work with the centers for Medicare
and. 13. Medicaid services of the United States department of health. 14.

veto message – Governor Sam Brownback

The cost of expanding Medicaid under ObamaCare is irresponsible and
unsustainable. A recent third party study from Aon Hewitt estimates that
expansion will cost Kansas taxpayers over $1.2 billion from the state general
fund over the coming years. In fact, states that have expanded have seen cost
overruns of 110 percent …


Missouri currently provides health care services to people with 100% state funds
because those individuals are not currently eligible for Medicaid. Also, the state
provides services to other individuals at a lower federal match rate than is
available under expansion. With expansion, eligibility for Medicaid will increase
to 138% …

American Health Care Act – Congressional Budget Office

Mar 13, 2017 24 million in 2026. The reductions in insurance coverage between 2018 and
2026 would stem in large part from changes in Medicaid enrollment—because
some states would discontinue their expansion of eligibility, some states that
would have expanded eligibility in the future would choose not to do so, …