The recently enacted American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) includes new large financial incentives for states to extend health insurance coverage to low-wage workers and other adults earning less than $17,775 a year. These incentives apply to regular spending in a state’s Medicaid program and offer a five-percentage point across the board increase in […]
Amy Chen and Alexis Robels-Fradet from National Health Law Program (NHeLP) share what states have done so far to incorporate doulas into Medicaid and answer questions about opportunities and challenges ahead. To learn more about the project, visit the Doula Medicaid Project homepage.
Mississippi Methodology: All Georgetown CCF analysis is derived from the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) data. The data in this report come from two ACS sources: 2019 Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), a two-thirds sample of the full ACS data file. All data points in this sample were collected in calendar year 2019. […]
The Medicaid Learning Lab will return in September 2021! Medicaid, the foundation of affordable, comprehensive health coverage for low-income children and families, is a complex federal-state partnership program. It is essential for everyone working on improving affordable health coverage or advocating for low-income families to develop a solid base of knowledge and understanding about how this […]
Georgetown University CCF partnered with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to produce a Medicaid Managed Care COVID-19 Advocacy Action Guide. The guide explains how practitioners and child health advocates can work with MCOs and state policymakers to increase financial support for pediatric and primary care practices serving children and families enrolled in Medicaid. The […]