Over the past three years a dozen states have proposed establishing a work requirement for eligibility for their Medicaid programs and in its proposed FY 2018, the Trump administration has called for extending the ability to impose such a requirement to all states.

But how would a Medicaid work requirement work?  To whom would it apply and what kinds of work might satisfy such a requirement for the approximately 22 million Medicaid recipients (out of 76 million total recipients) to whom it might apply?

A new Commonwealth Fund report looks at these and other issues.  Go here to find the article “What Might a Medicaid Work Requirement Mean?”