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11/9/2015

Disability Policy News In Brief

AUCD, Disability Policy News In Brief, every Monday

House of Representatives is out for Veterans Day recess, Senate will be in session; Following the Congressional approval of the budget deal reached last week, lawmakers are preparing to write an omnibus bill; Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) won the internal race to be the next chairman of the Ways and Means Committee; Open Enrollment period for 2016 health insurance plans began, and more

 
 

5/20/2015

Status Update: HCBS Implementation May 2015

pdf File May 14th SOTA - HCBS Settings (2).pdf [download]
 
 

5/20/2015

Status Update: HCBS Implementation May 2015

pdf File May 14th SOTA - HCBS Settings (2).pdf [download]
 
 

12/2/2014

Key Findings on Medicaid Managed Care: Highlights from the Medicaid Managed Care Market Tracker

Website  from http://kff.org

The charts that follow highlight 10 key findings on the Medicaid MCO market based entirely on analysis of data included in the Tracker. The charts provide a partial profile of the market. They also serve to illustrate the kinds of topics and questions the Tracker can be used to explore.

 
 

11/20/2014

The National Senior Citizens Law Center Guide to Notices

This Guide is designed for advocates and individuals who provide assistance to seniors and persons with disabilities in need of Medicaid long-term services and supports. The focus of the Guide is on notice and appeal rights in states delivering these services through managed care

 
 

10/20/2014

Benefits and Cost-Sharing for Working People with Disabilities in Medicaid and the Marketplace

Website  from http://kff.org

This issue brief uses hypothetical examples of working people with disabilities to illustrate the experiences they might have with Medicaid and Marketplace coverage in four states (California, Kentucky, New Jersey, and Ohio), with a focus on benefits that are typically important to people with disabilities.

 
 

10/14/2014

Expanding Medicaid Report

Website  from http://kff.org

Without the Expansion and Resulting Infusion of Federal Funds, Non-Expansion States Expect Much Smaller Enrollment Increases and Spending Growth.

 
 

10/14/2014

Implementing the ACA: Medicaid Spending & Enrollment Growth for FY 2014 and FY 2015

Website  from http://kff.org

Issue Brief discussing the medicaid spending and enrollment growth for fiscal year 2014 and 2015

 
 

10/8/2014

Medicaid Expansion in Arkansas

Website  from http://kff.org

Fact Sheet on Arkansas' Section 1115 demonstration of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) Medicaid expansion.

 
 

10/8/2014

Medicaid Expansion in Iowa

Website  from http://kff.org

Fact Sheet on Iowa's approved Section 1115 waivers, to implement the Affordable Care Acts (ACAs) Medicaid expansion.

 
 

10/8/2014

Medicaid Expansion in Pennsylvania

Website  from http://kff.org

Fact Sheet on Pennsylvania's Section 1115 demonstration to implement the Affordable Care Acts (ACA) Medicaid expansion.

 
 

9/25/2014

Insurance Brokers Key To Kentucky's Obamacare Success

This story highlights that despite the pushback from small insurers, the ACA can create a successful situation for all stakeholders, as seen in the small town of London, KY.

 
 

9/20/2014

Medicaid Primary Care Rate Increase: Considerations Beyond 2014

This new Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) brief draws from interviews with policy experts and stakeholders across the country to assesses the policy�s successes and shortcomings.

 
 

9/18/2014

States' Customized Efforts To Expand Medicaid Could Complicate Reform

Some conservative states have won concessions from the administration in exchange for moving forward on expansion, and other states are carefully weighing those choices, as highlighted in this article.

 
 

9/18/2014

Virginia Lawmakers Expected To Return To Debate Over Medicaid Expansion

The topic of VA Medicaid expansion will come up during a special session of the Virginia House of Delegates, which is dominated by Republican lawmakers who are on record opposing the approach. A poll released Wednesday, however, found the majority of Virginians support the expansion.

 
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