“Current Medicaid formulas give states a perverse incentive to cut spending on benefits for children and poor adults with disabilities before they cut spending on benefits for higher-income, able-bodied adults. Josh Archambault, a Medicaid policy specialist at the Naples, Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability, makes that argument in written testimony he prepared for a Medicaid hearing.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
This is the same analyst and organization we’re working with on the Center’s forthcoming new report on Medicaid and long-term care financing.
ACA Medicaid funding rules stink, witness says