“Mississippi not talking about the wealthy people on Medicaid,” by Anna Wolfe, Clarion-
“Clinton attorney Ronald Morton helps the elderly protect their stuff — sometimes so they can use Medicaid to pay for long-term, end-of-life health care as opposed to spending their savings. . . . While Mississippi lawmakers discuss cracking down on the state’s growing Medicaid rolls by vetting applicants more closely, this is not a scenario that enters the conversation.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform): Our new report “How to Fix Long-Term Care Financing” to be released next week explains why the problem of Medicaid planning persists and how to stop it.
Mississippi not talking about the wealthy people on Medicaid