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fellow at project help. she directed the medicare-medicaid program from 1990-1992 under george h.w. bush . all the way to the left is sara healthum, a professor of law and policy and founding chair of the department of health policy at george washington university school of public health. without further i do, i am going to turn it over to sarah collins, and we will get started. >> thank you. good afternoon to everybody, and thank you to the alliance and also panelists for joining us today. as sarah mentioned, our major focus of the american health care act was the medicaid program, both the medicaid expansion and also, the traditional medicaid program. the bill, likely would have ended the medicaid expansion overtime and would have placed the federal funding cap on the traditional medicaid program. in the wake of the failure of the bill, the question before us now on the panel and for all of you is, what's next for medicaid? discussion, for the i will focus on the medicaid expansion, refreshing memory about where the states stand on their decisions to expand the program, and looking at
directed the medicaid and medicare programs under george h.w. bush. and all the way to the left is sara rosenbaum. she is the founding chair at the george washington university school of public health. so without further adieu i will turn it over to sara collins and we'll go ahead and get started. thanks. >> thank you, sarah, and good afternoon to everybody. thank you to the alliance and also the panelists for joining us today. as sarah mentioned a major focus of the american health care act was the medicaid program. both the medicaid expansion and also the traditional medicaid program. the bill likely would have ended the medicaid expansion over time and placed a funding cap on the medicaid program. in the wake of the failure of that bill the question before us now and the panel and for all of you is what's next for medicaid. to set us up i will focus on the medicaid expansion, refreshing about where the states stand and taking a look at the latest research on the effects of the expansion on coverage as well as other key indicators. as of today 31 states and the district of columbia ex
chair of the dwept of health policy at the george washington university milken institute cool of public health. so without further ado i'm going to surgeon it over to sarah collins and we'll get started. thanks. >> thank you, sara. and good afternoon to everybody. thank you to the alliance and also the palace for joining us today. as sarah mentioned a major focus of the american health care act was the medicaid program, both the expansion and also the traditional medicaid program. the bill likely would have ended the medicaid expansion overtime. in the wake of the failure of that bill, the question before us now on the panel and for all of you is what's next for medicaid? to set us up for this discussion i'm going to focus on the medicaid fangs, refreshing your memories about where the states stand on their expanding on the program and looking at the latest research on the expense of the expansion as well as other key indicators. as of today, 31 states and the district of columbia have expanded eligibility for medicaid. of those, six have used 1115 demonstration waivers granted b
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