Issue Brief: Why Are Medicaid Lock-in Programs Used and How Can They Be Improved

Executive Summary

In this Issue Brief, Legal Director Jane Perkins explains what Medicaid lock-in programs are, what are the legal requirements for implementing them, and how these programs can be improved to better serve Medicaid beneficiaries.

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