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I was on Medicaid as a healthy, able-bodied, educated woman. Everybody deserves affordable access to healthcare.

Excuse the boring title. If you’ve been reading my blog you know last year I spent a lot of time talking about unemployment, feeling burned out by the job hunt, all that jazz. 1,373 more words


How Hard Is It To Comply With The Kentucky Medicaid Work Requirements?

Pictured: Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin

Full story at The Daily Caller, image from twitter.com (medicaid, kentucky, bevin, matt bevin) – 1/15/18

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Could A Co-Pay Curb Emergency Room Abuse?

by Cristin Severance and Kelsey Mittauer | CBS11

DALLAS (CBS11) – A U.S. Representative is weighing in on the idea of charging a co-pay to Medicaid patients who go to North Texas hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency reasons. 381 more words


Kentucky and Medicaid Service Requirements.

The healthcare environment has been on a giant roller coaster ride since President Trump has taken office, and the ride does not seem to be ending any time soon. 439 more words

Medicaid for Parents Going Into Assisted Living

Medicaid (not Medicare) is a federal/state health program for the needy and low-income. The rules are state-by-state and many of us are now looking at Medicaid for our parents that have little to no assets and who need to be in either assisted living or full time nursing care. 482 more words

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Wag the Medicaid Dog

The Trump administration is touting its brilliance in allowing states to force people on Medicaid to work. Hurray for Hollywood! The Trump administration has actually dipped its toe into Hollywood scripting with its own version of Wag the Dog. 790 more words