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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Returning Staff to the Office: Tips for Medicaid Leadership
At the onset of the pandemic, Medicaid programs, like many businesses and organizations, swiftly shifted their staff to remote work. In the early months, Medicaid programs were tasked with securing emergency authorizations from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and supporting statewide emergency response efforts, while also maintaining essential operations. Medicaid leaders had to… Read more »
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