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Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that provides free or low-cost health coverage to qualifying individuals including low-income individuals, families, and children, pregnant women, the elderly, and those with disabilities. Medicaid programs differ significantly from state to state, including using different names, differences in health care covered, and different eligibility requirements.

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Authors: Cory Page | Amanda Mauri | Kyle Grazier | Jessica Buche | Maria Gaiser

Topics: Behavioral Health, Integration and Collaboration, Medicaid

January 16, 2020
This report helps to inform managers and policy makers at the local, state, and federal levels of viable financing arrangements to promote these and future novel approaches to delivering high quality, accessible, sustained behavioral health care to communities and vulnerable populations.
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Authors: Amanda Mauri | Maria Gaiser | Jessica Buche | Angela Beck

Topics: Behavioral Health, Medicaid

January 7, 2020
This cross-sectional study examines the relationship between reimbursement and behavioral health provider geographic distribution and seeks to understand how Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for behavioral health providers may limit service delivery.
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Authors: Lynn Videka | Jodie Neale | Cory Page | Jessica Buche | Caitlyn Wayment | Maria Gaiser | Angela Beck

Topics: Behavioral Health, Medicaid

December 5, 2019
This report aims to understand the organizational settings and roles of peer providers in the behavioral health workforce and to build a profile of peer support specialists using statutes, administrative codes, state Medicaid plans, and national survey data.
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