Tag archives: New Hampshire

Biden Administration Withdraws Work Requirement Approvals in Arkansas and New Hampshire

Medicaid is the largest health coverage source in the United States, covering approximately 70 million individuals including children, pregnant women, people with disabilities, elderly adults, and in states that have expanded their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act, low-income adults without children with household income up to 138%. One of the unique designs of … Continue reading

Medicaid Update: D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Reviews CMS Approval of Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Eligibility Requirements

Today, October 11, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit is hearing oral arguments in Stewart v. Azar (Case No. 19-5095), an appeal from the federal district court’s rulings invalidating three prior approvals of Section 1115 Waivers in Kentucky and Arkansas that would have implemented work and community engagement requirements as … Continue reading

MEDICAID UPDATE: New Hampshire Work Requirements Vacated / Utah’s Partial Expansion Request

New Hampshire “We’ve all seen this movie before” – Judge James Boasberg, Philbrick v. Azar On July 29 HHS approval of work and community engagement requirements as a condition of eligibility for Medicaid was again found to be arbitrary and capricious.  This time Judge James Boasberg ruled that New Hampshire’s efforts to impose work requirements … Continue reading
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