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1115 Medicaid Demonstrations

HHS Looks to Medicaid Demonstrations to Improve Mental Health

November 15, 2018 - Medicaid beneficiaries with mental health conditions are the targets of recent CMS efforts to boost health outcomes. In recent remarks to the National Association of Medicaid Directors in the national capital, HHS Secretary Alex Azar said “successful partnership between our leadership at HHS and the leaders of every state Medicaid program is vital to delivering on the mission of...


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CMS Demonstrations Target Mental Health Services Under Medicaid

by Chuck Green

Medicaid beneficiaries with serious mental illness (SMI) or serious emotional disturbance (SED) are the targets of recent CMS efforts to improve health outcomes. In a letter to Medicaid directors across the country, the federal agency...

1115 Medicaid Demonstrations Should be Budget-Neutral, CMS Says

by Thomas Beaton

CMS has issued new guidelines for state officials around creating budget-neutral 1115 Medicaid demonstrations. CMS informed state governments that the agency will use a formalized methodology to determine if 1115 demonstrations are a...

Rhode Island Aims to Expand Value-Based Care in Medicaid Program

by Thomas Beaton

Rhode Island officials have requested an extension of a 1115 demonstration from CMS to expand the use of value-based care within the state’s Medicaid program. State Medicaid administrators are looking to add new value-based care...

Federal Court Strikes KY 1115 Medicaid Waiver Work Requirements

by Thomas Beaton

The US District Court for the District of Columbia has blocked Kentucky from implementing work requirements within its 1115 Medicaid waiver demonstration, despite CMS approval of the community engagement provisions. The court ruled that...

CMS Approves Medicaid Work Requirements in New Hampshire

by Thomas Beaton

CMS Administrator Seema Verma has approved New Hampshire's request to implement Medicaid work requirements and change additional Medicaid rules related to member eligibility.  The approval makes New Hampshire the fourth state to...

Experts Support Medicaid Work Requirements Lawsuit Against KY

by Thomas Beaton

A lawsuit that contends the legality of Medicaid work requirements in Kentucky has received support from 43 public health experts and 8 medical school deans who say the work requirements directly violate the Medicaid program. In an amicus...

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