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We’ve spent the last few weeks talking work requirements for safety net programs, and it’s all been leading up to this: work requirements for Medicaid. By looking at the EITC and TANF, we learned some things. Can these lessons inform decisions about whether and how to implement work requirements for Medicaid? If so, how?

That’s the topic of this week’s Healthcare Triage.

Resources used in the making of this video:

Medicaid and Work Requirements: New Guidance, State Waiver Details and Key Issues:">

Updated: Who Could Be Affected by Kentucky’s Medicaid Work Requirements, and What Do We Know about Them?:">

Kentucky Medicaid Work Requirements: What Are the Coverage Risks for Working Enrollees?:">

Kentucky Medically Frail Provider Attestation:">

The Value of Introducing Work Requirements to Medicaid:">

Medicaid Enrollees and Work Requirements: Lessons From the TANF Experience:">

Commentary: As Predicted, Eligible Arkansas Medicaid Beneficiaries Struggling to Meet Rigid Work Requirements:">

A First Glance At Medicaid Work Requirements In Arkansas: More Than One-Quarter Did Not Meet Requirement:">

One Big Problem With Medicaid Work Requirement: People Are Unaware It Exists:">

More than 4,300 Arkansas residents lose Medicaid under work requirements:">

What Research Tells Us about Work Requirements:">

Opportunities to Promote Work and Community Engagement Among Medicaid Beneficiaries:">

Work Requirements in Social Safety Net Programs:">


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