Transforming Medicaid in an Era of Health Reform: State Efforts to Thrive While Hoping to Survive
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Subjectseconomic trends and Medicaid
changing State/Federal relationship
Charles Milligan was the luncheon keynote speaker for the University of Illinois Institute of Governmental and Public Affairs (IGPA) State Summit 2010: Reforming Medicaid in Illinois on December 7, 2010, in Champaign, Illinois. Milligan’s keynote address discussed economic trends and Medicaid; health reform; budget tools; and the changing state/federal relationship. This presentation deals with national trends and could be helpful to all states as they struggle with ensuring access to health services in a difficult economic environment.