The Medicaid Institute™ at United Hospital Fund provides wide-ranging and objective information about the Medicaid program of New York State through special reports, statistical publications, and working papers.
Prepared by Bailit Health for UHF and the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy, this report lays out both the rationale and framework for value-based payments for children's health care in New York.
A data brief and accompanying chartbook presenting key findings on current Medicaid spending and utilization for children.
A guide distilling and explaining the New York State Roadmap for Medicaid Payment Reform, which lays out New York’s ambitious goals of moving toward value-based payment from a fee-for-service model.
A snapshot of the projects selected by emerging Performing Provider Systems as part of their application for New York Medicaid’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program.
This compendium gathers key data elements from various New York State Department of Health data releases and other related sources into short, easily digestible regional chartbooks providing a high-level overview of service utilization of New York’s Medicaid beneficiaries.
This report gives an overview of the complex structure of New York Medicaid’s current services for children needing behavioral health services, reviews the State’s planned approach to reforming this system, and explores several important policy considerations for stakeholders as the reforms move forward.
These presentations and panels were the featured components of the conference "Medicaid: Collaborating on the Road to Reform," held July 15, 2014.
This comprehensive overview of New York’s Medicaid program provides essential grounding in the dramatically changing program, focusing on the changes related to the federal Affordable Care Act and the State’s Medicaid Redesign Team; it also presents recent data on spending and enrollment and examines complex reforms underway or planned for the near future.
This issue brief provides an overview of New York State’s mandatory Medicaid managed long-term care enrollment policy, which the State began implementing in 2012. It examines the growth in enrollment from 2010 to 2013, as well as growth by region and product line; and discusses key operational issues related to the major changes in eligibility and enrollment processes triggered by shifting high-need Medicaid beneficiaries from fee-for-service into managed care.
This data brief documents the shift of Medicaid home- and community-based services from fee-for service into managed care between 2010 and 2013. It presents regional differences in services and spending, and evaluates the growth in Medicaid managed long-term care and the corresponding decline in fee-for-service home- and community-based services, particularly in personal care use, reflecting an explicit policy goal of New York.
This report from the Medicaid Institute at United Hospital Fund examines nursing home trends in New York.
These presentations were delivered at the conference "Medicaid in New York: Strengthening Care Management and Coverage," held July 10, 2013.
This Medicaid Institute reports examines the different models through which New York State could implement care management for a group of high-need Medicaid beneficiaries: children in foster care.
This Medicaid Institute report describes the initial stages of implementing New York State’s health home initiative, a care management and coordination vehicle for Medicaid enrollees with chronic conditions.
This report from the Medicaid Institute at United Hospital Fund focuses on a proposed New York State program to better manage care of beneficiaries who are enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid, commonly referred to as “duals.”