Medicaid serves nearly 1-in-4 Americans, including low-income children and their families, elderly people, and adults with complex needs. CHCS is working to ensure that Medicaid leaders have the skills and expertise necessary to not only effectively manage their state programs, but also to achieve Medicaid’s potential as a model for high-quality, cost-effective care.
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What’s Keeping State Oral Health Leaders Up at Night?
A number of innovative efforts are underway to bridge the gap between Medicaid and public health agencies in order to address broad population health needs. Programs such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 6৷18 Initiative, collaboration with public health under State Innovation Models, and the Center for Health Care Strategies’ (CHCS) new State… Read more »
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