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To Protect Children, Senate Republicans Must Drop Medicaid Per Capita Cap
"The Senate Republican health bill, like the House-passed bill, would convert Medicaid to a per capita cap, but it would cut Medicaid even more deeply and pose an even greater threat to coverage for all Medicaid beneficiaries — including children..." Read the full article: CBPP, June 23, 2017, To...
The Medicaid Cap: “Carving Out” Medically Complex Kids Won’t Protect Them
Schools Brace for Impact if Congress Cuts Medicaid Spending
A Little-Noticed Target in the House Health Bill: Special Education

News Focus: RMTS
Retroactive Guidance for California’s SMAA-RMTS Program May Signal Mass Invoice Revisions
**Update, April 20, 2017: DHCS has verbally stated that this new guidance does not supersede PPL 15-012. DHCS is currently drafting a new PPL to outline the process for handling 100% federally funded or ICR time survey participants that were inadvertently included in an RMTS pool; more details will be...
RMTS for LEA Billing — Implementation Advisory Group Publishes January Meeting Summary
DHCS Publishes New LEA Billing FAQs
RMTS for LEA Billing — Implementation Advisory Group Publishes December Meeting Summary

News Focus: AHCA
To Protect Children, Senate Republicans Must Drop Medicaid Per Capita Cap
"The Senate Republican health bill, like the House-passed bill, would convert Medicaid to a per capita cap, but it would cut Medicaid even more deeply and pose an even greater threat to coverage for all Medicaid beneficiaries — including children..." Read the full article: CBPP, June 23, 2017, To...
The Medicaid Cap: “Carving Out” Medically Complex Kids Won’t Protect Them
Schools Brace for Impact if Congress Cuts Medicaid Spending
A Little-Noticed Target in the House Health Bill: Special Education