In December 2022, Congress delinked the continuous Medicaid enrollment provision with the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which meant that states would resume reviewing Medicaid enrollees’ individual eligibility on April 1st in a process known as “unwinding.” In New Jersey, nearly 300,000 people could lose their coverage.
Autistic young adults in the United States are more likely to lose their Medicaid coverage if they live in a state that doesn’t provide waivers than if they live in one that does, according to a new study. Some states use the waivers to extend services to people...
By exploring critical cases of primary care teams (within MTSs), this study provides foundational insights on how team processes and context may affect care quality disparities.
Today’s NJSPL blog examines why only 42.2% of physicians in NJ accept new Medicaid patients (the national average is 74%) and why Medicaid reimburses ~50% of the amount that Medicare does for the same service.
Issues accessing care still exist for Medicaid beneficiaries. Enrollees experience a limited choice of physicians and specialists accepting Medicaid compared to privately insured and Medicare patients.
Dr. Cantor is a widely published scholar on the effects of health insurance regulatory policy and innovative health service delivery.
Bloustein alumnus Aaron Todd MPP ’07 recently played a key role in the expansion of Medicaid in Iowa. He was the lead negotiator for the Iowa State Senate as the two Houses of the Iowa legislature hammered out an innovative program — the Iowa Health and Wellness...