Resource guide for corrections system professials—to assist with the implementation of provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in order to maximize health care reform opportunities.
Affordable Care Act - Enrollment
Steps to Maximize Healthcare Reform for Justice Systems — Enrolling Newly-Eligible Participants (Corrections Systems) (2013)
This Factsheet discusses Presumptive Eligibility: what it is, options to use, key facts, and FAQs.
Drawing on the research literature and interviews with national experts in health care and coverage, fatherhood programming, health coverage marketing, and health communications, this brief discusses new health coverage and care opportunities for justice-involved men and the importance of impleme
RE: To Facilitate Successful Re-entry for Individuals Transitioning from Incarceration to Their Communities (2016)
The purpose of this letter and its attachment is to provide guidance on facilitating access to covered Medicaid services for eligible individuals prior to and after a stay in a correctional
This report examines whether enrollment in Medicaid prior to release from prison succeeds in generating health insurance coverage after release.
This toolkit provides state officials with actionable information about policies and practices available to connect offenders to Medicaid.
This brief addresses issues associated with suspending Medicaid coverage for prisoners.
Information is provided about inmates eligible for Medicaid, and state efforts to enroll inmates in Medicaid and obtain federal matching funds.
Sections of this brief cover: the issue of Medicaid coverage for justice-involved youth; innovations—Medicaid eligibility options (suspending eligibility, continuous eligibility, and presumptive eligibility), expedited Medicaid enrollment, and outreach; lessons learned; and looking forward.
Maximizing Medicaid: An Innovative Approach to Finance Health Care for Criminal Justice Populations [Webinar]
This webinar explains and clarifies the issues related to allowable uses of federal Medicaid funds for incarcerated individuals, and provides an example of how corrections departments can leverage cost savings as a result.