FAAST Medicaid Block Grant Webpage

FAAST is monitoring national and state happenings concerning Medicaid Block Grants.  

What are Medicaid block grants?
The basic idea of a Medicaid block grant is to give states maximum flexibility in exchange for their accepting a fixed amount of funding from the federal government. It's been around for decades, but the block-grant scheme is gaining new traction as states face skyrocketing Medicaid costs.

FAAST Documents on Medicaid Block Grants

Governor's Scott Letter to the Majority Leader of the US House of Representatives

Rep. Kathy Castor's Letter to the Majority Leader of the US House of Presentatives

H.R. 352 State Health Flexibility Act of 2017

C-SPAN Coverage of Medicaid Oversight Hearing

Florida Senate Appropriations – January 12, 2017

Medicaid Block Grants in the News

Virginia Governor Outlines Opposition To Trump's Medicaid Proposal
Conway: Obamacare replacement includes Medicaid block grants
Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Susan Collins (R-ME) held a news conference to introduce their proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act

Medicaid Block Grant Resources

Everything you need to know about Medicaid Block Grants
Key Medicaid Questions Post-Election
Overview of Medicaid Per Capita Cap Proposals
Implications Of A Federal Block Grant Program For Medicaid
How Medicaid Block Grants Would Work
Millions Could Lose Medicaid Coverage Under Trump Plan


Update on 02/01/2017