ObamaCare Watch | Dire Predictions About the Effects of AHCA’s Per Capita Allocations Find No Support in the CMS Data – ObamaCare Watch

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) would establish per capita Medicaid allocation levels, beginning in 2020, as part of changes to give states more flexibility and incentives to improve care delivery and costeffectiveness in their Medicaid programs that now cover an estimated 72 million Americans. Although some have suggested that the allocation levels would produce large reductions in federal Medicaid spending, a comparison of projected per capita Medicaid spending under AHCA with baseline projections prepared by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) suggests that these limits would achieve virtually no federal Medicaid savings.

Source: ObamaCare Watch | Dire Predictions About the Effects of AHCA’s Per Capita Allocations Find No Support in the CMS Data – ObamaCare Watch

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One Response to ObamaCare Watch | Dire Predictions About the Effects of AHCA’s Per Capita Allocations Find No Support in the CMS Data – ObamaCare Watch

  1. Jacalyn says:

    AFAIC tht’as the best answer so far!

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