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Governors' Proposed Budgets for FY 2018: Focus on Medicaid and Other Health Priorities

Appendix Table 1: Medicaid Policy Changes Noted in FY 2018 Governors’ Proposed Budgets
States Provider Payments  Eligibility  Benefits Cost-sharing Community-Based LTSS Provider Tax/ Other Financing Initiative Managed Care/ Delivery System Reform
+  —  +  —  +  —  Dec.  Inc.  +  —
Alabama x
Alaska x x
Arizona x x
Arkansas*
California x x x
Colorado x x x
Connecticut x x x x x
Delaware x
DC**
Florida x x
Georgia x x x x
Hawaii x x
Idaho x
Illinois
Indiana x
Iowa
Kansas x x x x
Kentucky*** x
Louisiana x
Maine x x x
Maryland x x x
Massachusetts x
Michigan x
Minnesota
Mississippi x
Missouri x x x
Montana x
Nebraska x x
Nevada x x x x
New Hampshire x x x
New Jersey x x
New Mexico x x
New York x x x x
North Carolina x x x
North Dakota x x x x x
Ohio x x x x x
Oklahoma x x
Oregon x x x
Pennsylvania x
Rhode Island x x
South Carolina x
South Dakota x
Tennessee x x x
Texas x
Utah x x x
Vermont x
Virginia* x x
Washington x x x x
West Virginia
Wisconsin x x x x
Wyoming
Totals 21 16 4 5 9 4 0 4 19 0 11 11
NOTES: “+” indicates a positive policy action from the beneficiary’s perspective; “-” indicates a negative policy action from the beneficiary’s perspective. For cost-sharing, “inc.” indicates that the state increased cost-sharing (premiums or copays) and “dec.” indicates that the state decreased cost-sharing. “*” Arkansas had not released a detailed proposed budget for FY 2018 in time to be included in this analysis; “**” DC is on an annual cycle but has not released an FY 2018 proposal and is not incuded in this analysis; “***” Kentucky  is in the middle of a biennial budget cycle and has not proposed mid-year changes but the eligibility change noted in the table is included in the pending “Kentucky Health” Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver request.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of Governor’s Proposed Budget for FY 2018, March 2017.
Appendix Table 2: Selected Public Health Policy Changes Noted in FY 2018 Governors’ Proposed Budgets
States Governor Proposed Initiatives to Fight the Opioid Epidemic Governor Proposed Initiatives to Enhance Behavioral Health Services Governor Proposed Health-Related Corrections and Criminal Justice Initiatives
Alabama X
Alaska X
Arizona X
Arkansas*
California X
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware X
DC**
Florida X
Georgia X
Hawaii
Idaho X
Illinois X X
Indiana X
Iowa
Kansas X
Kentucky***
Louisiana
Maine X
Maryland X X
Massachusetts X X
Michigan X X
Minnesota X
Mississippi
Missouri X X X
Montana X
Nebraska
Nevada X X
New Hampshire X X
New Jersey X X
New Mexico X
New York X X
North Carolina X X
North Dakota X
Ohio X X X
Oklahoma X X
Oregon X
Pennsylvania X X
Rhode Island X X
South Carolina X
South Dakota
Tennessee X
Texas X
Utah
Vermont X X
Virginia X X X
Washington X X
West Virginia
Wisconsin X X
Wyoming
Totals 23 28 7
NOTES: This table counts proposed Medicaid and non-Medicaid initiatives to address broader public health issues that governors referenced specifically in their proposed budgets. This table may not capture all proposed initiatives in each state but is designed to provide a national overview. “*” Arkansas had not released a detailed proposed budget for FY 2018 in time to be included in this analysis; “**” DC is on an annual cycle but has not released an FY 2018 proposal and is not included in this analysis; “***” Kentucky  is in the middle of a biennial budget cycle and had not proposed mid-year changes at the time of this analysis.
SOURCE: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of Governor’s Proposed Budget for FY 2018, March 2017.
Appendix Table 3: Governors’ Proposed Budget Sources
States Link to Proposed Budget
Alabama FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Alaska FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Arizona FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Arkansas
California FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Colorado FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Connecticut FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Delaware FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
DC
Florida FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Georgia FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Hawaii FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Idaho FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Illinois FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Indiana FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Iowa FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Kansas FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Kentucky
Louisiana FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Maine FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Maryland FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Massachusetts FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Michigan FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Minnesota FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Mississippi FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Missouri FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Montana FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Nebraska FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Nevada FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
New Hampshire FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
New Jersey FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
New Mexico FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
New York FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
North Carolina FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
North Dakota FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Ohio FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Oklahoma FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Oregon FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Pennsylvania FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Rhode Island FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
South Carolina FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
South Dakota FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Tennessee FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Texas FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Utah FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Vermont FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Virginia Supplemental Changes to the 2017-2018 Biennium Budget
Washington FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
West Virginia FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Wisconsin FY 2018 Budget Proposal 
Wyoming Supplemental Changes to the 2017-2018 Biennium Budget
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