This report describes the new legal and policy framework within which the shift of state Medicaid programs from fee-for-service to managed care will take place over the next few years.
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Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: National and State Profiles and Trends, 1990-1995 – Chart Pack
Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: 1994 UpdateOctober 1998Return to topMedicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries:Policy Brief Tables Chart Pack
Kaiser/Harvard National Survey of Americans’ Views on Managed Care-Massachusetts Toplines to National Sample
Kaiser/Harvard National Survey of Americans’ Views on Managed Care-Massachusetts Toplines to National Sample Note: This publication is not available on our website. However, the data from these surveys is still available through the Public Opinion and Media Research Group. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In 1995, 17.5 million children — one-quarter of all children under age 18 — had Medicaid coverage for health care services. Medicaid, the federal/state health program for the poor, pays for a broad range of services for children including well-child care, immunizations, prescription drugs, doctor visits, and hospitalization, and a…
Medicaid Facts: Medicaid’s Role for ChildrenThis fact sheet provides an overview of children’s eligibility and coverage under Medicaid, summarizes Mediciad benefits and expenditures for children, and highlights key issues facing the program as it continues to serve children.Fact Sheet Fact Sheet
The Development of Capitation Rates Under Medicaid Managed Care Programs: A Pilot Study, Vols. 1 & 2
Report: The Development of Capitation Rates under Medicaid Managed Care Programs: A Pilot Study
Comparison of the Medicaid Provisions in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (P.L. 105-33) with Prior Law
Report: A Comparison of the Medicaid Provisions in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (P.L. 105-33) w-Prior Law
Estimated Cost of a Child Health Program in California Prepared by Gordon R. Trapnell, F.S.A., Actuarial Research Corporation For the Kaiser Family Foundation September 10, 1997SummaryThe Balanced Budget Act of 1997 created a new federal/state program to cover uninsured children. The new federal legislation provides states with a substantial amount…
To provide an independent source of information about the cost of covering uninsured children in California, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation commissioned an analysis by the Actuarial ResearchCorporation (ARC), which provides actuarial assistanceto a variety of public and private clients. ARC's analysis suggests that expanding California's Medicaid program (which…