The Implications of Past Medicaid Spending Growth for Future Debates
This paper analyzes the rapid growth in the Medicaid program during the 1988 – 1992 period. It also explains the dramatic slowdown on growth that occurred in 1993 and suggests a likely course of Medicaid expenditure increases over the remainder of the decade.
- Report: The Implications Of Past Medicaid Spending Growth For Future Debates
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