Last week the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission met in Washington, D.C. The agency performs policy and data analysis and offers recommendations to Congress, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the states.
During two days of meetings, MACPAC commissioners received the following presentations:
- Federal CHIP Funding Update: When Will States Exhaust Their Allotments?
- Review of June Report Chapter: Program Integrity in Medicaid Managed Care
- Review of June Report Chapter: Medicaid and the Opioid Epidemic
- Medicare Savings Program: Eligible But Not Enrolled
- Medicaid Reform: Implications of Proposed Legislation
- Preliminary Findings From Evaluations of Medicaid Expansions Under Section 1115 Waivers
- Potential Effects of Medicaid Financing Reforms on Other Health and Social Programs
- Review of June Report Chapter: Analysis of Mandatory and Optional Populations and Benefits
- Managed Long-Term Services and Supports: Network Adequacy for Home and Community-Based Services
- Update on MACPAC Work on Value-Based Payment and Delivery System Reform
For links to all of these publications and a transcript of the two-day meeting go here, to the MACPAC web site.