Nationally, Medicaid covers 75 million low-income adults, children, pregnant women, seniors, and people with disabilities.
- Medicaid expansion has served as a key impetus for re-entry efforts.
- States can facilitate connections to coverage for individuals transitioning into/out of incarceration by suspending eligibility for those who enter incarceration with Medicaid and providing enrollment assistance before release.
- States are advancing coordination of care and access to services, including MAT, to support successful re-entry by individuals into the community.
Medicaid Financial Eligibility for Seniors and People with Disabilities: Findings from a 50-State Survey
- Implications of Work Requirements in Medicaid: What Does the Data Say?
- Implications of a Medicaid Work Requirement: National Estimates of Potential Coverage Losses
- What Do Different Data Sources Tell Us About Medicaid and Work?
- What’s in the Kentucky Medicaid Waiver that was Re-approved in November 2018?
- The Relationship Between Work and Health: Findings from a Literature Review
- Work Requirement Waivers
- Waivers with Eligibility and Enrollment Restrictions
- Waivers with Benefit, Copay, and Healthy Behavior Provisions
- Waivers with Behavioral Health Provisions
- 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.