Health care reform’s Medicaid expansion is right for Oklahoma

The Supreme Court’s landmark ruling upholding the bulk of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) struck down one key component of the law: it made the law’s Medicaid expansion optional rather than mandatory by declaring that that the federal government may… Read more [More...]

Guest Blog (Tricia Brooks): CMS proposes a Medicaid rule you (and states) may like

This blog was authored by Tricia Brooks, a Senior Fellow at theĀ  Center for Children and Families at Georgetown University. It originally appeared on November 4th on Say Ahhh! A Children’s Health Policy Blog and is cross-posted here with permission.… Read more [More...]

Health Care Reform (2): New costs and new savings for state government

This is the second of what will be an ongoing series of posts looking at the impact of the new federal health care reform law on Oklahoma and Oklahomans. The first looked at how reform will mitigate the public benefits… Read more [More...]