New York’s Disaster Relief Medicaid: Insights and Implications for Covering Low-Income People
New York's Disaster Relief Medicaid: Insights and Implications for Covering Low-Income People
This focus group study is of New Yorkers who enrolled in Disaster Relief Medicaid (DRM), a temporary public health insurance program created after the September 11th attacks. It is based on findings from six focus groups conducted with Hispanic, Chinese, and African American New Yorkers.
- You may view the webcast of a briefing on the New York DRM experience presented at the National Academy for State Health Policy s annual health policy meeting this week.
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- The Coverage Gap: Uninsured Poor Adults in States that Do Not Expand Medicaid – An Update
- An Overview of Medicaid Incentives for the Prevention of Chronic Diseases (MIPCD) Grants
- The Uninsured Population in Texas: Understanding Coverage Needs and the Potential Impact of the Affordable Care Act