In a new report, the Commonwealth Fund looks at Medicaid per capita caps, an idea that has been discussed for years, that was part of the as-yet unsuccessful American Health Care Act, and a proposal that is almost certain to resurface in the near future.
Among other things, the article
- explains what per capita caps are and how they would work
- describes how per capita caps differ from current Medicaid policy
- considers how the implementation of per capita caps might affect low-income people, providers, and insurers
Learn more in the Commonwealth Fund article “Essential Facts About Health Reform Alternatives: Medicaid Per Capita Caps,” which can be found here.