Ten Steps to Reforming Medicaid | National Center for Policy Analysis | NCPA

Ten Steps to Reforming Medicaid

Typically, Medicaid enrollees face restricted treatment options and limited access to health care. At the same time, they are sheltered from health care costs because they pay nothing out of their own pockets when they receive care.

This disconnection between patients and costs has led to a dramatic increase in public health care spending. All this could change, however, if the government were to implement the 10 Medicaid reforms discussed here.