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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

State Responses to Budget Crisis in 2004: An Overview of Ten States – Overview and Case Studies

In this report we examine how ten states from around the nation have responded to their budget crises in fiscal year 2004. While states vary in the depth of the budget pressures they faced, as state revenues remained depressed, all were required to make difficult choices among spending reductions, tax…

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Is the State Fiscal Crisis Over?  A 2004 State Budget Update – Report

Is the State Fiscal Crisis Over? A 2004 State Budget Update – Issue BriefThis paper, which updates a September 2003 analysis by the Rockefeller Institute of Government, finds that although the state fiscal situation is improving, states are by no means out of the woods yet.Issue Brief (.pdf)

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Financing the Medicaid Program: The Many Roles of Federal and State Matching Funds – Policy Brief

This paper describes Medicaid’s existing financing structure and examines its implications for the federal government, for states, and for coverage of the low-income populations Medicaid serves.Policy Brief (.pdf)

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Dual Eligibles Tables: Enrollment and Spending, by State, 2002

This set of tables, prepared by the Urban Institue for the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, presents the most current state by state data on Medicaid enrollment and expenditures for dual eligibles.Full Set of Tables (.pdf)Individual Tables:Implications of the Medicare drug law for full dual eligibles:Table 1: “Full”…

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Oregon’s Medicaid PDL: Will an Evidence-Based Formulary with Voluntary Compliance Set a Precedent for Medicaid?

This report is a case study of Oregon’s experience with its new prescription drug policy in its Medicaid fee-for-service pharmacy program. The report describes Oregon’s clinical review process, and assesses the results relative to other state preferred drug lists.Report (.pdf)

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Medicaid Outpatient Prescription Drug Benefits: Findings from a National Survey, 2003

This survey of state Medicaid pharmacy programs updates a survey conducted in 2000 and reports Medicaid prescription drug policies in effect in early 2003. It covers utilization management policies, payment and purchasing policies, utilization review policies, and policies for managed care enrollees and persons residing in institutions.Report (.pdf)

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An Overview of the Independence Plus Initiative to Promote Consumer-Direction of Services in Medicaid

This issue brief provides an overview of the Independence Plus Initiative, compares core program features with the Cash and Counseling Demonstration program, and discusses several policy issues that arise in the implementation of this initiative.Issue Paper (.pdf)

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Out in the Cold: Enrollment Freezes in Six State Children’s Health Insurance Programs Withhold Coverage from Eligible Children

Out in the Cold: Enrollment Freezes in Six State Children's Health Insurance Programs Withhold Coverage from Eligible ChildrenThis report finds that six states were implementing enrollment freezes in their SCHIP program, leaving tens of thousands of eligible children without health coverage.Issue Paper (.pdf)

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Assessing the Role of Recent Waivers in Providing New Coverage

This analysis finds that recent waivers have expanded coverage in important ways in a few states, but, overall, the number of people who have gained new coverage under recent waivers has been quite limited, well below projections and small compared to overall growth in Medicaid enrollment.Issue Paper (.pdf)

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Understanding the Health-Care Needs and Experiences of People with Disabilities:  Findings from a 2003 Survey

Understanding the Health-Care Needs and Experiences of People with Disabilities: Findings from a 2003 SurveyPeople with disabilities are at risk in the health-care system because of their wide-ranging health-care needs, their relatively heavy use of prescription drugs, health-care and support services, and typically low incomes. A new survey of people…

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Filling the need for trusted information on national health issues, the Kaiser Family Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Menlo Park, California.