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18 Jun Is Medicaid Managed Care At Risk?

The AHCA , which narrowly passed in the House of Representatives, aims to cap federal Medicaid funding. The drastic reduction in funding could potentially put an end to Medicaid Managed Care as we know it. Converting the open-ended entitlement program to a system of per capita caps...

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14 Feb $36 Billion in Improper Medicaid Payments in 2016

For the fourth straight year, the federal government increased the amount of money described as improper payments. The Government Accountability Office is reporting that agencies exceeded $144 billion in improper payments in fiscal 2016, up from $137 billion in 2015. This increase translates to a higher...

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22 Jun Medicaid Improper Payment Rate Continues to Grow

Last month Congress held a hearing concerning the escalating number of improper payments in Medicare and Medicaid. The House oversight panel reviewed concerns regarding escalating improper payment rates discovered by federal oversight groups which include the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the Health and Human Services...

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17 Mar The Increasing Cost of Improper Payments Made by Mediciad

Federal agencies issued an assessed $136.7 billion in incorrect payments during fiscal year 2015, the greatest yearly tally since 2004 when agencies first began reporting data on the subject. As in past years, the Medicare and Medicaid programs accounted for the majority of the overall total...

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25 Jan Trends is Medicaid Managed Care Spending

Government expenditures for Medicaid managed care embodied more than one-third of the total government Medicaid spending in 2014, according to a government report (GAO-16-77) released Jan. 19 that highlights exactly how states are increasingly relying on managed care as they expand Medicaid coverage within the...

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