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Enforcing the Entitlement to Medicaid: The Ongoing Saga

We have written in the past about enforcing the entitlement to Medicaid through the federal court system.  In light of a recent opinion by the United States Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, it seems that this judicial saga continues.

The federal Medicaid statute imposes roughly 80 requirements on a state Medicaid plan.  For example, a state Medicaid plan must make medical assistance available “with reasonable promptness.”  Social Security Act § 1902(a)(8). … More