“New Study Identifies Major Gaps in Medicaid Structure,” by Whitney Munro, Foundation for Government Accountability
“A new study has identified a major loophole in the structure of Medicaid that has led to massive cost overruns and a shortage in available funds for truly needy individuals. According to the study, eligibility expansions and loopholes have led to a perversion of Medicaid, creating an entitlement program for the middle-class. The report, How to Fix Long-Term Care Financing, co-published by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) and the Center for Long-Term Care Reform, found that the current structure of Medicaid has created a perverse incentive for middle-class and affluent seniors to plan their estates in order to qualify for the long-term care program. . . . The full text of How to Fix Long-Term Care Financing can be viewed here. For more information, please contact Stephen Moses at 425.891.3640.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
Please download, read and distribute our new study. Send it to reporters to help them understand long-term care financing better. Send it to your political representatives at the state and federal level. Get it into the hands of anyone and everyone who cares about LTC access and quality. Please refer questions or comments to Steve Moses at 425-891-3640 or email@example.com.
New Study Identifies Major Gaps in Medicaid Structure