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Medicaid: Spending Pressures Drive States Toward Program Reinvention, U.S. GAO, April 4, 1995.
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The GAO estimates that $37 billion in Medicaid spending in was improper, which was 10 percent of the program’s total cost. As a matching program, the incentive for . Reports of declining revenue systems may sometimes be exaggerated, however. States’ tax bases, or total taxable resources (TTR) per person, have grown nearly as fast as the economy (Mikesell ).The TTR measure attempts to capture “the net economic base that the state may choose to tax.” 1 Although disparities among states remain very much in evidence, variance in taxable .
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Medicaid: Spending Pressures Drive States Toward Program Reinvention (GAO/HEHS) Washington, DC: U.S. General Accounting Office. Medicaid: Spending. pressures drive states toward program reinvention (Publication No. (U.S. General Accounting Office, ): $ per day for Medicare in Congressional Research Service, Medicaid Source Book: Background Data and Analysis (A Update) (Washington: U.S.
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General Accounting Office (b). Medicaid: Spending pressures drive states toward program reinvention. HEHS Washington, DC: Author. General Accounting Office (c). Foster care: Health needs of. For more than a decade, many states have had public and/or private programs to provide health insurance coverage for low-income children.
These programs have taken three general approaches: Medicaid expansions beyond mandatory levels, state-financed subsidy programs, and private initiatives (Gauthier and Schrodel, ; Gehshan, ; Johnson and McDonough, ). Like deregulation and privatization, downsizing the bureaucracy is almost universally understood to be desirable.
In the U.S. federal government's reinvention program, the directly employed civilian civil service has been reduced from more than three million to. inquiries about waivers (as of March ).5 Waiver plans for Medicaid submitted by states must be budget-neutral over five years.
Just how budget neutrality was measured and determined became important in the General Accounting Office's (GAO) assessment of the Medicaid waiver program, known as Sectionwhich.
txt: : ACCESSION NUMBER: CONFORMED SUBMISSION TYPE: Q. Career and Technical Education, Basic Grants to States, and. Tech Prep Education Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Title V, Part A, State Grants for Innovative Programs Title II, Part D, Education Technology State Grants Comprehensive School Reform Program This article describes state Medicaid nursing facility reimbursement methods and rates inusing data derived from telephone surveys of state Medicaid reimbursement.
General Accounting Office. Medicaid: Spending pressures drive states toward program reinvention. GAO/HEHS, April. Washington, DC: Author. This is the final report for the project, "The Role of Home- and Community-Based Services in Meeting the Health Care Needs of People with AIDS," conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
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