Potential Effects of Medicaid Financing Reforms on Other Health and Social Programs

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April 2017

Medicaid interacts in different ways with other programs that serve low-income populations. Medicaid financing reforms could likely have downstream effects for non-Medicaid programs, which also warrant consideration.

This presentation examines looks at how Medicaid interacts with four different types of programs: school-based services, opioid and substance use disorder treatment for adults, programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and programs for older adults.

Publication Type: Presentations

From: April 2017 MACPAC Public Meeting

Tags: 1915(c) home and community-based services waivers, adults, adults over age 65, children, children with special health care needs, financing, people with disabilities, people with mental illness, spending, substance use treatment