Long-Term Care
The Essentials
  • Health Policy 101: Medicaid

    KFF’s new primer on U.S. health policy examines how major public programs like Medicaid, Medicare, and the ACA are structured, funded, operated, and more.
  • 10 Things: Medicaid Managed Care

    Comprehensive managed care is the most common way states deliver Medicaid services to enrollees, and new federal rules strengthen standards for managed care access.
  • Medicaid Financing: The Basics

    Medicaid represents $1 out of $6 spent on health care in the U.S. and is the major source of financing for state health coverage and long-term services and supports for low-income residents.
  • Medicaid Section 1115 Waivers, by State

    Our Medicaid waiver tracker provides the latest on pending and approved Section 1115 waivers, which make broad changes to eligibility, benefits, provider payments, and other rules.
  • Medicaid State Fact Sheets

    Medicaid is a major source of funding for hospitals and community health centers. States operate their programs within federal standards and a range of state options.

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