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New York State’s Budget Relies on Federal Medicaid Money –Expecting an Answer from CMS Soon

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Health Care, Health Care Reform, Medicaid

In 2012, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo submitted to the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) an amendment to New York’s existing Partnership Plan 1115 waiver that sought to “redesign” the state’s Medicaid program.  The amendment proposed to reinvest $10 billion of the $17 billion in savings the state anticipated it would achieve… Continue Reading

The Impact of the ACA on the Health Insurance Market – By the Numbers

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Health Care Reform

On a recent MSNBC segment, Steve Rattner shared the following slides that illustrate ways in which the health insurance market will be impacted as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The first reflects how various populations will be affected by the individual mandate to have insurance. The second indicates that most Americans who… Continue Reading

Overcoming A Hurdle: Consumer Understanding Of What The Affordable Care Act Has To Offer

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Health Care Reform

Despite the recent announcement that the requirement for employers to offer health insurance to their employees has been delayed, the federal and state governments are ramping up for the largest open enrollment period in history.  Fueled by the mandate that almost every American have health insurance as of January 1, 2014, millions of previously uninsured… Continue Reading