Factors Affecting States' Ability to Respond to Federal Medicaid Cuts and Caps: Which States Are Most At Risk?
Examines 30 key factors that contribute to state-by-state differences in Medicaid per enrollee spending including rural population, and uses the factors to rank and identify which states are at greatest risk if federal Medicaid cuts or caps are enacted. Presents findings across five main areas: Medicaid policy, demographics, health status, available tax revenue and state budget choices, and healthcare markets.
Robin Rudowitz, Allison Valentine, Petry Ubri, Julia Zur
Kaiser Family Foundation
Access · Benefit enrollment and application · Medicaid · Policy · Reimbursement and payment models · Rural-urban differences · State-by-state data · State-by-state