This episode analyzes a proposal in Governor Hochul’s recently released 2024 Executive Budget that would end the longstanding practice of sharing federal Medicaid funding with counties.
This Blog highlights what is at stake in the unprecedented Medicaid cost shift proposed by Governor Hochul in her budget and ultimately supported by the Legislature.
On Wednesday, February 1st, Governor Hochul unveiled her 2024 Executive Budget, where she proposed stopping sharing federal Medicaid funding with counties.
Statement from NYSAC President Michael E. Zurlo
With health insurance premiums continuing to rise, counties, local governments and school districts are looking for better ways to manage costs and maintain or improve the quality and integrity of the coverage offered to their retirees.
The New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) commends the Committee’scommitment to the Medicaid program’s effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability.
The HD-6201 legislation includes numerous provisions to blunt the disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
eFMAP ensured that these states would benefit fiscally from the enhanced federal match provided under the ACA.
Last Friday, Governor Cuomo released his 30-day amendments to the Executive Budget proposal.
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