This article discusses how States have taken advantage of the flexibility afforded under Section 1115 research and demonstration
authority. It describes how States have used Section 1115 authority to develop innovations in outreach and enrollment, eligibility
requirements, access, benefits, quality assurance, payment, safety net providers, and special needs populations. It concludes
by discussing the future challenges that all the payers in Medicaid demonstration projects are facing.
Eligibility Determination : Health Care Reform : Health Maintenance Organizations : Health Policy/economics : Health Services
Accessibility : Managed Care Programs : Medicaid : Program Evaluation/statistics & numerical data : Quality Assurance, Health
Care : State Health Plans : United States Health Care Financing Administration