Determining the minimum set of required benefits
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state-mandated health benefit requirements
The Center’s Executive Director, Chuck Milligan, participated in a panel discussion entitled How To Determine the Minimum Set of Required Benefits at a workshop conducted by the National Governors Association (NGA) Center for Best Practices on March 27, 2008. The workshop, Defining Benefit Packages in Health and Medicaid Reform, addressed how states could define and develop benefit packages which address the unique needs of their Medicaid beneficiaries. Milligan’s presentation discussed how different policy approaches affect a state’s determination of the minimum set of benefits that it mandates, as well as cost implications for the state and for the beneficiaries. T
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