Medicaid During and “After” the Pandemic: Changes that Should Become Permanent Policies

Executive Summary

This paper identifies temporary policies to address COVID-19 implemented throughout the pandemic, as well as other steps taken by states, that should be made permanent Medicaid policies for the sake of fighting COVID-19 in the short-term, improving access to health care in the long-term, and addressing nre and on-going disparities in health equity.

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