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The latest on Medicaid Work requirements: Federal judge issues a major blow to Trump administration; KFF finds 18K lost coverage in Arkansas for failure to meet rules

Despite the Trump administration’s desire to force some Medicaid beneficiaries to work to maintain their benefits, a federal judge has thrown a monkey wrench into the plan by ruling against work requirements in Kentucky and Arkansas. The ruling comes in the wake of a Kaiser Family Foundation issue brief that found thousands of recipients in Arkansas have lost coverage because they failed to comply with the work requirements.


3 health plan executives to join CEO roundtable on Medicaid at the 4th Annual Medicaid Managed Care Leadership Summit in Chicago

Thomas Duncan of Trusted Health Plan, John Lovelace of UPMC Health Plan, and Jim Milanowski of Genesee Health Plan will discuss the evolving landscape of Medicaid and ROI of social determinants of health as part of a panel to kick off the Medicaid Managed Care Leadership Summit in Chicago.