In this webinar, our presenters discuss CHIP, the Maternal and Infant Early Childhood Home Visiting program (MIECHV), the Family First Prevention Services Act, and key decision points for federal and state lawmakers moving forward. Archived Webinar Slide Decks HEALTHY Kids and ACCESS Acts: CHIP Funding and Other Key Provisions for Child Health The Family First Prevention […]
What is Alabama proposing to do? Alabama is seeking federal permission through a Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration waiver to require parents and caregivers who rely on Medicaid to work 20 to 35 hours a week, prove they are looking or training for a job or do community service before receiving Medicaid. This proposal targets the […]
Medicaid managed care organizations are increasingly responsible for the healthcare provided to 37 million low-income children nationwide. But what do we know about quality of care these plans provide? What can we learn about individual plans? And where can we learn it? Join Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families for a webinar to explore existing […]
Georgetown CCF’s Tricia Brooks covered the Child Core Set of Health Care Quality Measurement and Reporting, a set of standardized, evidence-based measures to assess the quality of care children receive in Medicaid and CHIP. Below is the webinar, and here is the link for the slide deck.
Georgetown CCF’s Tricia Brooks and Kelly Whitener cover the structure of Medicaid and CHIP, including administration, financing, eligibility, benefits, cost-sharing, and how ACA repeal efforts threaten the future of Medicaid. Download a copy of the slide deck below.