6 Million Americans Are Eligible For Medicaid But Choose Not To Enroll

Of the 30 million Americans who remain uninsured, an estimated 6 million would qualify for healthcare through Medicaid but have not signed up. This Wall Street Journal report delves ...

The top 3 challenges facing the Medicaid program

Holding a leadership position in a program as complex and controversial as Medicaid might be the toughest job in healthcare–and with even more challenges looming, it’s likely ...

Sending Medicaid to the Cloud

The Wyoming state government already has considerable experience with cloud-based services. It uses Google Apps for Government, NEOGOV for human resources and is looking at Salesforce.com ...

Study: Expanding Medicaid aids health access

Poor adults in two states that expanded Medicaid saw much bigger improvements in access to health care than their peers in Texas, which didn’t expand the government insurance program, ...

John Oliver explains why Medicaid expansion is a big issue

If you’ve been hearing about Medicaid expansion on the periphery of this year’s Louisiana’s gubernatorial campaign and the 2016 presidential election, there’s ...

A solution to Medicaid’s chronic fraud problem

The Obama administration just announced that fighting Medicaid fraud is going to be a “key priority” for the final year of the president’s term. That’s a tall order. Last year, ...

A record 4 million Floridians on Medicaid raises questions about Scott’s Economic Recovery

Florida is hitting a milestone this year that may raise questions about the depth of the state’s economic recovery under Gov. Rick Scott. A record more than 4 million Floridians ...

Medicaid directors’ inadequate pay may hurt program’s success

In a new report issued by the Milbank Memorial Fund, former Arkansas Medicaid Director Andy Allison, Ph.D., analyzes the current state of Medicaid program administration and suggests ...

State Medicaid Programs May Be Leaving Revenue From Drug Rebates on the table

The recent release of a New York State Office of the State Comptroller audit report serves as an example of state Medicaid programs that may not be maximizing their collection of ...

Medicaid Enrollment Surges Across the U.S.

Much of the focus of the health care law in recent months has centered on whether the government could get millions of people to sign up for private health insurance through federal ...
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