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The Republican-controlled Iowa Legislature could face pressure next session over its decision earlier this year to reduce a key Medicaid benefit for poor and disabled people, but it's still unclear how much lawmakers are willing to reverse course on an issue that critics...

source: The Daily Nonpareil

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards intends to sidestep lawmakers to enact $15.4 billion in Medicaid managed-care deals using an emergency contracting process, after House Republicans voted twice to block deals to provide services...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

The Virginia Senate may consider a proposal to completely redesign the state’s Medicaid program not only to expand eligibility but also to address growing concerns about the health insurance marketplace and behavioral health...

source: Richmond Times-Dispatch

When Maine voters took to the polls Nov. 7, nearly 60 percent bucked the longstanding position of their conservative governor and voted to expand Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act. South Carolina now finds itself among...

source: The Post and Courier

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gwen Graham drew a line in the sand on Medicaid expansion Monday. The Democratic candidate for governor said she would veto Republican legislative priorities if lawmakers refused to work with her...

source: Tampa Bay Times

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General will audit Medicaid payments for telemedicine and telehealth payments to ensure compliance with reimbursement requirements. The report is scheduled for 2019, given the breadth and scope of...

source: MobiHealthNews


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