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Medicaid: States Reported Billions More in Supplemental Payments in Recent Years
Katherine M. Iritani (au)
GAO designated Medicaid a high-risk program because of concerns about its size, growth, and inadequate fiscal oversight. The program cost the federal government and states an estimated $383 billion in FY 2010. In addition to regular Medicaid payments to providers, states make supplemental payments, including Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) payments, which are intended to offset the uncompensated costs of care provided to uninsured individuals and Medicaid beneficiaries. States also make other supplemental payments, which we refer to as non-DSH supplemental payments, to hospitals and other providers, for ex., to help offset the costs of care provided to Medicaid beneficiaries. Concerns have been raised about the transparency of statesäó» Medicaid supplemental payments. This report examined (1) how much states reported paying in supplemental Medicaid payments during FY 2010 and (2) how non-DSH supplemental payments reported during 2010 compared with those reported during 2006 and reasons for differences. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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