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http://www.coverage-counts.org Thu, Jan, 18 Podcast: What The Health? Our First Live Show: What The Health Will Happen In 2018? In this episode of “What The Health?” — taped before a live audience — panelists discuss the potential federal government shutdown and what may be in store for health in 2018. They are joined by former Medicare and Medicaid head Tom Scully. Source: kaiser health news http://www.coverage-counts.org Thu, Jan, 18 Keystone XL Pipeline Obtains Enough Shipper Commitments to Proceed TransCanada announced that it has received enough commitments from oil shippers to advance construction of its controversial Keystone XL pipeline expansion. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Thu, Jan, 18 Keystone XL Pipeline Obtains Enough Shipper Commitments to Proceed TransCanada announced that it has received enough commitments from oil shippers to advance construction of its controversial Keystone XL pipeline expansion. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Thu, Jan, 18 Keystone XL Pipeline Obtains Enough Shipper Commitments to Proceed TransCanada announced that it has received enough commitments from oil shippers to advance construction of its controversial Keystone XL pipeline expansion. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Trump Administration Says States May Impose Work Requirements for Medicaid Federal officials said they would support state efforts to require able-bodied adults to work as a condition of eligibility for Medicaid. Source: new york times http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Kentucky becomes first state to require Medicaid patients to work under new Trump administration policy The Trump administration gave Kentucky permission Friday to impose work requirements on its Medicaid recipients, making the state the first in the nation to implement the administration’s new policy of allowing states to make Medicaid coverage contingent on work. The move — which came just a day... Source: los angelas times http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Trump Administration Approves Kentucky Plan Requiring Medicaid Recipients to Work The Trump administration approved a plan by Kentucky that will require many of the state’s Medicaid recipients to participate in work or related activities to get or keep coverage, launching what conservatives hope is a broad transformation of the safety-net program. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Trump Administration Approves Kentucky Plan Requiring Medicaid Recipients to Work The Trump administration approved a plan by Kentucky that will require many of the state’s Medicaid recipients to participate in work or related activities to get or keep coverage, launching what conservatives hope is a broad transformation of the safety-net program. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Trump Administration Approves Kentucky Plan Requiring Medicaid Recipients to Work The Trump administration approved a plan by Kentucky that will require many of the state’s Medicaid recipients to participate in work or related activities to get or keep coverage, launching what conservatives hope is a broad transformation of the safety-net program. Source: wall street journal http://www.coverage-counts.org Fri, Jan, 12 Trump’s Work-For-Medicaid Rule Puts Work On States’ Shoulders States that opt to change their Medicaid program must figure out how to delineate who is covered by the new mandate, how to enforce the rules and how to handle the people seeking exemptions. Source: kaiser health news http://www.coverage-counts.org
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Download New Mexico’s factsheets outlining how the Medicaid expansion impacts these areas on the state level:

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State Facts

  1. New Mexico will save $104 million a year on uncompensated care.
  2. The estimated cost savings for New Mexico to expand health care coverage to newly eligible individuals through Medicaid is $268 million.
  3. 127,000 individuals are eligible for Medicaid benefits if New Mexico chooses to participate in expansion.