“Revisioning” Medicaid as Part of New York’s Coverage Continuum

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Medicaid provides health insurance coverage for 4.8 million New Yorkers, more than 25 percent of the people residing in the state. With the implementation of federal reform in 2014, perhaps as many as 1 million additional New Yorkers will secure coverage through Medicaid. By any measure, Medicaid is an important building block of health insurance coverage in New York State.

The Medicaid Institute at the United Hospital Fund – in a new report authored by Deborah Bachrach, Patricia M. Boozang and Melinda J. Dutton of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, in collaboration with Danielle Holahan of United Hospital Fund – explores New York’s Medicaid eligibility and enrollment in the context of federal healthcare reform and the state’s plan to centralize Medicaid administration. “ ‘Revisioning’ Medicaid as Part of New York’s Coverage Continuum” discusses the new opportunities and challenges for New York’s Medicaid infrastructure in the changing environment under federal reform and the state’s new administrative rules.

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