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Enrollment in Capitated Financial Alignment Demonstrations featured_072815

Nearly 355,000 Dual Eligible Beneficiaries Are Enrolled in Capitated Financial Alignment Demonstrations in 9 States, as of June 2015

This chart and a related fact sheet show enrollment in the capitated financial alignment demonstrations for beneficiaries who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. Nearly 355,000 seniors and non-elderly adults with disabilities are enrolled in these demonstrations in 9 states as of June 2015.

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Visualizing Health Policy: Medicaid and Medicare at 50: Trends and Challenges

These Visualizing Health Policy infographics commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Medicaid and Medicare programs. This infographic provides details about the reach and demographics of the programs, as well as the Federal and total US health-care spending associated with them. This infographic illustrates trends and challenges going forward. Together, Medicaid and Medicare provide…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Proposed Rule on Medicaid Managed Care: A Summary of Major Provisions

This issue brief summarizes major provisions of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to modernize and strengthen federal Medicaid managed care regulations, which serves as an informational guide to key proposed new federal expectations and requirements of states and managed care arrangements, and federal oversight interests moving forward.

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Medicare And Medicaid At 50

Medicare and Medicaid were signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on July 30, 1965 in a bipartisan effort to provide health insurance coverage for low-income, disabled, and elderly Americans. In their 50 year history, each of these programs has come to play a key role in providing health coverage to millions of Americans today and make up a significant component of federal and state budgets. As major programs both in size and scope, their role and the ways in which they operate are often debated by policymakers and the public alike. As the programs reach their 50th year, the Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a nationally representative survey of Americans to explore the public’s views of these programs, their experiences as beneficiaries, and their opinions on proposals for future changes.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

With Medicare and Medicaid Getting High Marks from the Public and Beneficiaries, Majorities Favor Status Quo over Major Structural Changes Such As Premium Supports or Block Grants

Among Medicare Changes, Strongest and Broadest Support Is for Negotiating Drug Prices People With Medicare, Medicaid and Employer Plans Give Their Coverage Similar Ratings, But Some Report Affordability and Physician Access Problems Fifty years after President Lyndon Johnson signed the law creating the Medicare and Medicaid programs, a new Kaiser…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicare and Medicaid at 50 and Beyond

This collection of videos, reports, interactives tools and other content examine the history of Medicare and Medicaid and look ahead to future opportunities and challenges.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Takeaways From Alaska’s Medicaid Expansion

In this column for The Wall Street Journal’s Think Tank, Drew Altman discusses the implications of the governor of Alaska’s decision to move ahead unilaterally with Medicaid expansion.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicaid and Family Planning: Background and Implications of the ACA

This brief reviews the role of Medicaid in financing and enabling access to family planning services for low-income women; discusses how states have expanded access to these services with Medicaid; and highlights future programmatic challenges in the context of the health care delivery and coverage reforms resulting from the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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