- 8,462 individuals had lost coverage to date due to non-compliance as of Oct. 8
- 1,532 (2%) met the work and reporting requirements, and most were already meeting similar SNAP requirements
- 72 percent of enrollees were exempt from the reporting requirement
Snapshots of Medicaid coverage and spending nationally and in each state.
- Medicaid/CHIP enrollment likely to decline.
- Over 14M Medicaid and CHIP enrollees live in a household with a noncitizen.
- 94 percent of noncitizens who entered the U.S. without legal permanent resident status have characteristics the government could weigh against them in public charge determinations.
- Many enrollees are still unaware of program changes despite substantial outreach
- Online reporting requirement is proving difficult for enrollees to navigate
- Thousands of residents have lost coverage and thousands more are at risk of doing so
We look at the key Medicaid provisions in the bipartisan anti-opioids legislation.
The court blocked Kentucky’s implementation of much of the waiver and sent it back to HHS to reconsider. CMS has re-opened the comment period through August 18, 2018.
Some related resources:
Survey finds 73% of health centers saw an increase in patients with an addiction to opioids in the last three years.
“The court decision on Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver may be more sweeping than has been recognized … it shows how any state proposal to impose work requirements, or make other changes that reduce coverage, could be immediately vulnerable to legal challenges.”
Use our interactive map to view states’ approved and pending waivers according to category:
- Medicaid expansion
- Work requirements
- Eligibility and enrollment restrictions
- Benefit restrictions, co-pays, healthy behaviors
- Behavioral health
- Managed Long Term Services and Supports
- Delivery system reform
Nationally, 2.2M poor uninsured adults are in the “coverage gap” that results from state decisions not to expand Medicaid.
See the latest information regarding states’ decisions about adopting the Medicaid expansion.