"Second-Generation" Medicaid Managed Care: Can It Deliver?
- Perils of Pioneering: Monitoring Medicaid Managed Care. Wooldridge, Judith; Hoag, Sheila D. // Health Care Financing Review;Winter2000, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p61
This article reviews Federal and State oversight of section 1115 Medicaid managed care demonstrations in Hawaii, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and Tennessee from 1994 to 1998. Under Medicaid managed care, the Federal Government and States have had to shift their focus and resources into oversight...
- Medicaid Modifiers. Daigneau, Elizabeth // Governing;Apr2006, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p66
The article reports on the decision of Vermont to agree to an overall ceiling of $4.7 billion in Medicaid expenditures from 2006 to 2010. The state will be allowed to establish managed-care organization to keep its costs down. Arkansas' waiver allows an expansion of Medicaid coverage to the poor...
- Using Public Media To Teach Medicaid Recipients About Managed Care. Mason, Diana J.; Nichols, Thedra F.; Molnar, Christine; Bernstein, Abby // American Journal of Public Health;Jan2000, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p34
This article presents information on the curriculum developed by the Community Service Society of New York that would educate the state's Medicaid beneficiaries about managed care plans. When the plan of the New York authorities to test new ways to administer Medicaid programs through managed...
- Medicaid Managed Care in New York City: Recent Performance and Coming Challenges. deLia, Derek; Cantor, Joel C.; Sandman, David // American Journal of Public Health;Mar2001, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p458
Conclusions. The early impact of mandatory enrollment will probably include an increase in the average risk of managed care enrollees with little change in beneficiary use and access to care. (Am J Public Health. 2001;91:458-460)
- Managed care experiments with new Medicaid model. Senterfitt, Barry // Managed Healthcare Executive;Jul2005, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p13
Focuses on the integrated care management (ICM), a new concept for Medicaid healthcare delivery, which is designed around non-capitated primary care case management in the U.S. Promotion of provider-driven concept in an effort to maximize the availability of federal funds for the Medicaid...
- Some things will never change for managed care. Miller, Julie // Managed Healthcare Executive;Sep2010, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p1
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- Mixed reaction. Benko, Laura B. // Modern Healthcare;7/7/2003, Vol. 33 Issue 27, p14
Highlights the amount raised by Medicaid insurer Molina Healthcare on July 1, 2003 in an initial public offering. Number of Medicaid beneficiaries covered by the company in California; Examples of publicly-traded Medicaid-managed companies in the U.S.; Number of states that require some form of...
- Regional news. Rauber, Chris // Modern Healthcare;05/03/99, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p22
Presents news briefs from hospitals and health care systems in the United States as of May 1999. Talks between Hawaii's Queen's Medical Center and Straub Clinic and Hospital on a possible collaboration; Appointment of Paul Macielak as president of the New York Health Plan Association; Plans of...
- Medicaid activities keeping reform alive. // Modern Healthcare;11/14/94, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p54
Editorial. Stresses the need for cooperation between state officials and managed care providers to link poor patients with primary-care physicians. State efforts to establish Medicaid managed care programs; Opposition of physicians to Tennessee's TennCare program.