Medicaid Reform

Several states have already expanded or are considering expanding their Medicaid systems under the Affordable Care Act. But putting more pressure on an already broken system is the wrong prescription for providing quality care for our nation’s underserved citizens.

Rather than funneling more taxpayer money into a substandard system that fails to deliver quality care and places significant strains on state budgets, lawmakers should focus on reforms that make Medicaid more effective, efficient and accountable.

States should pursue solutions that increase the supply of health care services. They should also conduct audits to improve existing Medicaid programs and root out waste, fraud and abuse.

Most importantly, they must have the courage to transition to a market-based approach where competition, innovation and choice will deliver a higher standard of health care that puts the patient first.

Feb 15, 2018

MEMO: How Work Requirements Help Lift People Out of Poverty And Preserve The Social Safety Net

From: Americans for Prosperity Director of Policy Akash Chougule and Freedom Partners Executive Vice President Nathan Nascimento Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018 To: Interested Parties Subject: Memo: How Work Requirements Help Lift…

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Jan 11, 2018

Freedom Partners: New Medicaid Work Requirements Will Help the Least Fortunate and Most Vulnerable

Arlington, VA – Freedom Partners, a non-profit, non-partisan chamber of commerce that promotes the benefits of free markets and a free society, issued the following statement in response to the Trump…

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Mar 07, 2017

Freedom Partners, Americans for Prosperity Urge Republican Leaders to Fully Repeal Obamacare, Reject House Bill

House bill fails to fully repeal Obamacare, creates a new entitlement program for health insurance

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Jan 14, 2016

Study Confirms State Certificate of Need Laws Limit Access

The evidence continues to mount that state “certificate of need” laws are restricting access to crucial health care services. Certificate of need laws—or CON for short—require health care providers to…

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