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Medicaid Financing: Statesäó» Increased Reliance on Funds from Health Care Providers and Local Governments Warrants Improved CMS Data Collection
Katherine M. Iritani (au)
Medicaid, a jointly financed federal-state program, cost $432 billion in2012. States use various sources of funds to finance the nonfederal share, such as state funds and funds from health care providers and local governments. Concerns have been raised about increased Medicaid payments that are financed with funds from providers receiving the Medicaid payments. Although such financing arrangements are allowed under certain conditions, they can also result in shifting costs to the federal government with limited benefits to providers and beneficiaries. This report examined the extent to which (1) states have relied on funds from health care providers and local governments to finance the nonfederal share; (2) this reliance has changed in recent years, and any implications of changes; and (3) the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) collects data to oversee states' sources of funds. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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