Publications > Medicaid in New York: Current Roles, Recent Experience, and Implications of Federal Reform
This Medicaid Institute publication lays out the challenges and opportunities facing New York’s Medicaid program, against a backdrop of a historic federal health care reform law and an unprecedented state budget deficit. The report provides a concise, comprehensive overview of Medicaid and examines the implications of Medicaid’s enrollment growth in New York over the past decade. It also charts a course for achieving innovative solutions to improve care and contain costs, especially for the small number of beneficiaries who account for most of Medicaid spending.
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