A new policy brief provides a description of the Section 1115 law, its history, and an overview of how it plays a role in the restructuring of Medicaid and SCHIP.
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The fourth in a series of reports on implementation issues and challenges in the first year of S-CHIP finds that states have been able to enter arrangements with plans for their S-CHIP population fairly easily.
This report examines the design and implementation of California’s State Children’s Health Insurance Program (known as Healthy Families), including contracting issues, program design and administration, and access to care by adolescents and children with special health care needs. This report is one of several appearing on this website from a…
Medicaid’s Disabled Population and Managed CareThis fact sheet highlights the key facts about the Medicaid managed care programs that serve persons with disabilities. It describes the Medicaid disabled population and the role managed care plays in serving them. It also provides information on enrollment in managed care, program features, and…
Medicaid’s Role for the Disabled Population Under Age 65Defines the non-elderly disabled and summarizes Medicaid’s role in their health care coverage. Includes a description of enrollment requirements, benefits, spending and managed care concerns for the population.Fact Sheet
Medicaid Managed Care for Dual Eligibles: Case Studies of Programs in Georgia, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania
This report, a companion piece to publication #2246, presents detailed case studies of the managed care programs that enroll dual eligibles in three states: Georgia, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.Report
Over half a million duals were enrolled in Medicaid managed care programs in 1999. This report summarizes these efforts across the nation and profiles initiatives in each state.Background Paper
This fact sheet provides an overview of the Medicaid program’s increasing reliance on managed care to deliver services.Fact Sheet
The report provides basic statistics on Medicaid managed care organizations providing enabling services – transportation, translation, education, and case management. The report also identifies the extent of variation across plans.
The issue paper discusses the enrollment process from the perspectives of both beneficiaries and participating plans in nine states with mandatory Medicaid managed care programs: California, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Oregon.Issue Paper