Earlier this week, CMS released for publication a proposed rule that would add some degree of transparency and oversight to the somewhat opaque world of Medicaid financing. It’s a topic that’s fascinated us here at the Medicaid and the Law Blog for some time and we’ve written about it on a couple of occasions. Over the years, Congress and CMS (and even before there was a CMS,… More
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The majority members of the Senate Finance Committee released a report last month that delves into the mysterious world of Medicaid supplemental payments. We thought we’d go through it here, especially in light of some of the litigation going on across the country involving Medicaid disproportionate share (DSH) payments, a form of Medicaid supplemental payments.
The Finance Committee report found that total Medicaid supplemental payments in fiscal year 2016 totaled nearly $50 billion,… More
It’s official—the 115th Congress has set its sights on overhauling the Medicaid program. We predicted as much (here and here) shortly after the November 2016 presidential elections, but now we have some insight into exactly what those proposed changes to Medicaid will be.