Attached are the comments we submitted to CMS on the Medicaid Eligibility Quality Control and Payment Error Rate Measurement Programs rule.
The Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program have made historic progress in reducing the child uninsured rate. Yet some families continue to have difficulty affording coverage and getting their children the care they need. In June of 2016, the Center for Children and Families launched a new series of reports on […]
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The 2009 Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA) gave states a new option to begin using federal matching dollars to cover lawfully residing children during their first five years in the U.S. This fact sheet provides an overview of this option and details the states that have taken this option to date.
How has the Affordable Care Act and health care reform directly affected consumers and access to health care? How does Medicaid expansion relate to the broader health reform effort? How has Arkansas’s Private Option affected the state’s health care system? What makes a premium assistance model appealing for health care Arkansas and other states? These […]