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Repeal of Obamacare May Substantially Thwart the Fight Against Addiction

Bipartisan governors have expressed concerns about the loss of expanded Medicaid coverage if President Trump and Congress repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or, in the alternative, convert the Medicaid program to federal block grants. A new report details that state and local government’s share of overall substance abuse treatment spending fell from 35 percent

Repeal of Obamacare May Substantially Thwart the Fight Against Addiction 2018-05-08T02:43:29+00:00

Will Kentucky Dismantle Its Medicaid System?

It is no surprise that Governor Bevin has attempted to implement major changes to our state’s Medicaid laws. One major change is that the state is now requiring recipients to work or pay for health coverage. Since inception with the prior administration, the new law has dropped the uninsured rate from about 20% (2013) to

Will Kentucky Dismantle Its Medicaid System? 2018-05-08T02:45:07+00:00

Federal And State Safety Net Programs Reduce Poverty In Kentucky

The Social Safety Net of the United States consists of various welfare programs that protect Americans with low-income from poverty and other related hardships. Federal welfare programs, of which there are thirteen categories, state programs, and non-profit organizations compose the Safety Net. It is estimated that the Safety Net raises over 800,000 Kentuckians over the

Federal And State Safety Net Programs Reduce Poverty In Kentucky 2018-05-08T02:46:50+00:00

Kentucky Medicaid Beneficiaries May Lose Dental and Vision Care

In June, Governor Matt Bevin proposed changes to Kentucky's Medicaid system that would make it more difficult for Kentucky residents to maintain their Medicaid coverage. Bevin’s proposal for a Medicaid waiver affects Kentucky’s coverage expansion and removes vision and dental care from the state’s current Medicaid benefit package. Under Bevin's proposal, beneficiaries that complete specified health-related or community engagement

Kentucky Medicaid Beneficiaries May Lose Dental and Vision Care 2018-05-08T02:49:42+00:00