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State Fiscal Conditions and Health Coverage: An Update on FY2004 and Beyond

The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured released three new reports today on how states are coping with the fourth year of fiscal stress. The third annual survey of the 50 states reveals a far-reaching impact on health coverage for low-income families at a time when enrollment is increasing…

Medicaid Spending: What Factors Contributed to the Growth Between 2000 and 2002?

The report finds that rapid Medicaid spending growth has been driven, in part, by enrollment increases resulting from the loss of income and private insurance coverage during the current economic downturn, together with continued increases in hospital and prescription drug costs that have affected the entire health care sector. Issue…

The Impact of the “Medigrant” Plan on the Federal Payments to States

The Impact of the “Medigrant” Plan on the Federal Payments to StatesThe analysis examines the conference agreement plan for the redistribution of federal funds under a block grant for the Medicaid program. It also discusses the implications of the reductions in federal spending for beneficiary coverage.Report: The Impact Of The…

Medicaid and Federal, State and Local Budgets

This policy brief explains the current Medicaid financing arrangements between federal, state and local governments, examines the role of Medicaid in federal and state budgets, and identifies severalimportant considerations on evaluating proposals to limit federal Medicaid spending.Policy Brief: Medicaid and Federal, State, and Local Budgets

The Impact of a 5 Percent Medicaid Expenditure Growth Cap: A State Level Analysis

This policy brief examines the projected impact of a 5% expenditure growth cap on Medicaid expenditures over the period 1996 to 2002. It highlights the differential implications that would result under this type of proposal.Policy Brief: The Impact of a Five Percent Medicaid Expenditure Growth Cap, A State Level Analysis