Under Kentucky Medicaid Work Requirements, About 15% Of Non-Exempt Beneficiaries Would Fail To Meet Criteria

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As of July 2018, about 14.7% of Kentucky Medicaid beneficiaries required to meet community engagement requirements established by the state’s stalled Helping to Engage and Achieve Long-Term Health (HEALTH) waiver would have needed to add more qualified activities to retain their Medicaid eligibility. As of August 6, 2019, the waiver has not been implemented due…

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