Category Archives: Medicaid

Why Data is Terrific and Makes a Great Case

I confess, I’m a data geek, and love seeing what technology and software have done for data.  In short, they’ve made data (which geeks love) come alive in charts and graphs for the average practitioner (who doesn’t want to be burdened … Continue reading

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Perceptions about Medicaid Expansion and ACA Might Penalize Community Providers

The community health system provides critically needed care, and serves as the “safety net” for many. The creation of the Affordable Care Act, and Medicaid Expansion in many states has resulted in greater coverage and access to care for many … Continue reading

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Medicaid Trends

There are a number of important trends in Medicaid that are shaping which services are authorized, how services are funded, funding amounts, and access to care. Medicaid is currently the largest source of federal funds flowing to the states, with … Continue reading

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