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COVERING KIDS IN TENUOUS TIMES Families USA Conference January 24, 2008 Mary D. Wachtel Voices for Ohios Children 614.225.9073 email@example.com www.vfc-oh.org
A Quiz Its the most curious thing I ever saw in all my life!
Alice in Wonderland
Ohios Medicaid Expansions passed in 2008-2009 Budget Pregnant women to 200% FPL Youth emancipating from foster care Ticket to Work Childrens Buy-In program MCaid/SCHIP for kids to 300% FPL
How We Got The Expansions Specific proposal – media exposure Bipartisan support and leadership Strong public support Included in biennial state budget bill
Where We Are Now January 2008 implementation: –Pregnant women –Youth emancipating from foster care April 2008 implementation: –Childrens Buy-In Program (CBI) –Ticket to Work
MCaid/SCHIP to 300%
What Happened? 8.17.07
Options for 200-300% File for 201-250% 251-300% Appeal Litigate Use state funds Start CBI at 251%
Things to Consider Not all states are the same Balancing moving forward with larger goal Political context Ripple effect Federal advocacy key in 2008
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Yes We Can... Cover 4 Million Uninsured Children Jennifer Sullivan, MHS Senior Health Policy Analyst Families USA
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Missouri Tax Initiatives: Victories Won and Opportunities Lost Families USA Conference January 27, 2006 Ruth R. Ehresman, Missouri Budget Project.
Exhibit 1. The Impact of Health Reform: Percent of Women Ages 19–64 Uninsured by State Source: Urban Institute and Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the.
Maternity Care Coalition American Public Health Association – October 2001 Trends in Managed Care Services to Pregnant Women A Case Study of Maternity.
Nancy Atkins, R.N., M.S.N., N.P.-B.C. Commissioner West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services Enroll WV: The Changing Face of Medicaid.
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State Children’s Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP) February 2009.
Crowd–Out In NJ FamilyCare Ann Clemency Kohler Deputy Commissioner New Jersey Department of Human Services August 29, 2007.
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0 Government of the District of ColumbiaDepartment of Health Care Finance For Official Government Use Only Health Care Expansions in the District of Columbia.
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Health Care Reform The Road Ahead August 19, 2010 Ardas Khalsa, Medicaid Coordinator Texas Department of State Health Services.
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