Arkansas’s “private option” — to cover its Medicaid expansion population with private exchange plans — is on sound legal footing if its costs are “comparable” to standard Medicaid. But what does that mean? I’m not going to get into it because Adrianna McIntyre and Karan Chhabra already have in a new post. Just read them.
- Data backup fail
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- Status quo bias: one bias to rule them all
- On “doc shock”
- Study: Do healthier foods and diet patterns cost more than less healthy options?
- The kids are actually ok
- Little tech help? (A bleg) – ctd
- Chart: State cost of Medicaid expansion vs. spending to attract private investment
- Quote: Why are some password requirements insane?
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More on Arkansas’s private optionMarch 9, 2013 at 8:00 amAustin Frakt
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