Assessing Florida’s Medicaid Reform

In This Report:

Over the past decade, Georgetown University researchers have studied Florida’s Medicaid program with funding from the Jessie Ball DuPont Fund, the Winter Park Health Foundation and other Florida-based funding partners. Our studies have looked into Florida’s Medicaid pilot waiver launched in 2006, the current Medicaid waiver launched in 2013 and the debate in Florida over accepting broader Medicaid coverage offered by the Affordable Care Act.

2018

What Does New Federal CHIP Law Mean for Children’s Health Insurance in Florida?
June

2017

Children’s Coverage in Florida: A Closer Look at Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program
September

2016

How Is Florida’s Medicaid Managed Care Working for Children?
May

2015

Many Working Parents and Families in Florida Would Benefit from Closing the Coverage Gap
April

2014

Children’s Health Coverage in Florida: Fewer Uninsured But Challenges Lie Ahead
February

2013

Medicaid Managed Care in Florida: Federal Waiver Approval and Implementation
October

2011

Proposed Medicaid Premiums Challenge Coverage for Florida’s Children and Parents
December

Understanding Florida Medicaid Today And the Impact of Federal Health Care Reform
April

As Legislators Wrestle to Define Next Generation of Florida Medicaid, Benefits of Reform Effort Are Far From Clear
April

Florida’s Proposed Medicaid Long-Term Care Changes Raise Host of Questions About Impact
January

2008

Florida’s Experience with Medicaid Reform: What has been learned in the first two years?
October

The Enhanced Benefits Rewards Program in Florida: Is it Changing the Way Medicaid Beneficiaries Approach Their Health?
July

Florida’s Medicaid Reform Pilot Programs: Challenges with Mental Health Services
May

2007

Medicaid Pilots at One Year: How Is the New Medicaid Marketplace Faring?
December

Uncertain Access to Needed Drugs: Florida’s Medicaid Reform Creates Challenges for Patients
July

Waving Cautionary Flags: Initial Reactions from Doctors and Patients to Florida’s Medicaid Changes
May

2006

What Will Florida’s “Medicaid Choice” Waiver Proposal Mean For Children?
January

2005

Issues to Consider in Governor Bush’s “Florida Medicaid Modernization Proposal”
March

2004

Florida’s Medicaid Budget: Why Are Costs Going Up?
July

What Could A Waiver To Restructure Medicaid Mean For Florida?
April

Joan Alker
Joan Alker is the Executive Director of the Center for Children and Families and a Research Professor at the Georgetown McCourt School of Public Policy

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