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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Where is Medicaid Spending Headed? – Report

Where is Medicaid Spending Headed?Prepared for: The Kaiser Commission on the Future of MedicaidPrepared by: John Holahan and David Liska, The Urban InstituteDecember 1996In 1995, the United States witnessed a major debate over the future course of the Medicaid program. At the heart of this debate were the individual entitlement…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Where is Medicaid Spending Headed?

This content package page includes a report providing an overview of the changes in Medicaid expenditures since 1988, including an analysis of the slowdown in Medicaid growth since 1992. Also included in the package is a press release, chart pack and fact sheet on Medicaid spending and enrollment trends. News…

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Where is Medicaid Spending Headed? – Fact Sheet

Medicaid Enrollment and Spending Growth Overview In 1995, Medicaid provided health and long-term care for 34.8 million low-income, elderly, and disabled Americans at a cost of $157.3 billion, $151.8 billion for services and $5.5 billion for administration. After expanding considerably in the early 1990’s, Medicaid spending and enrollment growth have…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicaid Update: Expenditures and Beneficiaries in 1994 – Policy Brief

Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: 1994 UpdateOctober 1998Medicaid is the nation's major public financing program for low-income Americans. After several years of rapid increase in the early 1990s, enrollment and spending growth have moderated and returned to historical levels. For the second consecutive year, annual growth in Medicaid spending was under…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Medicaid Update: Expenditures and Beneficiaries in 1994

This policy brief analyzes Medicaid enrollment and spending in 1994. It examines changes in program enrollment and spending between 1992 and 1994 and explains the factors behind the spending growth. Detailed tables and trend information can be found in Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: National and State Profiles and Trends, 1984-1994…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

The Southern Institute on Children and Families: Uninsured Children in the South

Second ReportThe Southern Institute on Children and Families released the first report on Uninsured Children in the South in November 1992. The report provided estimates of uninsured children by state with age and income breakouts related to Medicaid. This is the second report on Uninsured Children in the South. It…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser Family Foundation/Field Institute Survey of Californians on the Health Care Initiatives, Propositions 214 and 216

Results of two surveys that track Californian’s knowledge of the two initiatives on the California Ballot, Propositions 214 and 216 (also known as the Patient Protection Acts) and attitudes towards them as the debate unfolds. The surveys were conducted from August 14-21, 1996 and from September 23-30, 1996. Also included…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

A Profile of Disability Among Families on AFDC – Report

Profile Of Disability Among Families On AFDC Prepared by Pamela Loprest and Gregory Acs of the Urban Intitute Prepared for The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation August 1996 Executive Summary Introduction What is Disability? Disability Among Women Receiving AFDC Severity of Disability Type of Disability Health Care Service Use Summary…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser /Harvard Survey of Americans on Health Policy

A telephone survey of 1,011 adults (between June 20 and July 9, 1996) about how health care reform (specifically Medicare reform, MSAs and the Kassebaum/Kennedy bill) fits into the upcoming November election. The survey was designed by the Kaiser Family Foundation, Harvard University, and Princeton Survey Research Associates (PSRA). The…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

The Growth of Managed Care: Are Women Getting What They Need?

How the Changing Health Care Marketplace Affects Coverage and Access to Reproductive Health A fact sheet, Q&A and resource list prepared for a media briefing held in New York on March 27, 1996. The purpose of the briefing was to respond to questions about how reproductive health services are currently…

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