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Title
Medicaid and state health care reform: process, programs, and policy options.
First Author
Rotwein, Suzanne
Date of Pub
1995 Spring
Pages
105-120
Volume
16
Issue
3
Other Authors
Boben, Paul J; Boulmetis, Maria; Fingold, Helaine I; Hadley, James P; Rama, Kathy L; VanHoven, Debbie
Abstract
Health care reform is a continuously evolving process. The States and the Federal Government have struggled with policy issues to combat escalating Medicaid expenditures while ensuring access and quality of care to an ever-expanding population. In the absence of national health care reform, States are increasingly relying on Federal waivers to develop innovative approaches to address a myriad of issues associated with the present health care delivery system. This article provides a summary of State health care reform efforts that have been initiated under Federal waiver authority.
Abstract Continued
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MeSH
Evaluation Studies : Florida : Hawaii : Health Care Costs : Health Care Reform/legislation & jurisprudence : Health Expenditures/legislation & jurisprudence/trends : Health Services Accessibility/legislation & jurisprudence : Kentucky : Managed Care Programs/legislation & jurisprudence : Medicaid/legislation & jurisprudence/utilization : Oregon : Patient Satisfaction : Quality of Health Care : Rhode Island : State Health Plans/economics/legislation & jurisprudence : Tennessee : United States
NTIS Number
PB96-139530