Federal Panel Alarmed As Thousands Are Dropped From Medicaid In Arkansas

The New York Times: Federal Panel Alarmed As Thousands Are Dropped From Medicaid In Arkansas

Members of a federal advisory panel expressed alarm this week that 4,350 low-income people in Arkansas had lost Medicaid coverage because they failed to show they were complying with new work requirements held up by the Trump administration as a model for the nation. “I hope these data scare the pants off people in Arkansas,” said Dr. Christopher Gorton, a member of the panel, called the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission. (Pear, 9/14)

Source : https://khn.org/morning-breakout/federal-advisory-panel-say-number-of-medicaid-beneficiaries-dropped-in-arkansas-should-scare-the-pants-off-people/

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