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Medicaid eligibility maze coverage expands, but enrollment problems persist : findings from a five-state study by Marilyn R Ellwood

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Published by Urban Institute in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Welfare recipients -- United States,
  • Medicaid

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMarilyn R. Ellwood
SeriesOccasional paper -- no. 309, Occasional paper (Assessing the New Federalism (Program)) -- no. 30
ContributionsAssessing the New Federalism (Program)
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15472973M

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Medicaid is a joint Federal-State program that pays for medical assistance for individuals and families with low incomes and relatively few assets. Although pharmacy coverage is an optional benefit under federal Medicaid law, all states currently provide coverage for outpatient prescription drugs to all categorically eligible individuals and. Medicaid is an optional medical coverage program that states elect to provide to their residents. Depending on your income and family size, you or your family members may qualify for government-supplied healthcare, such as Medicaid. If you do qualify for Medicaid, there is no limited-enrollment period, meaning you can enroll at any time. Get this from a library! The Medicaid eligibility maze: coverage expands, but enrollment problems persist: findings from a five-state study. [Marilyn R Ellwood; Assessing the New Federalism (Program)]. The Provider-led Arkansas Shared Savings Entity (PASSE) is a new model of organized care that will address the needs of certain Medicaid beneficiaries who have complex behavioral health and intellectual and developmental disabilities service needs.

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