This report examines whether enrollment in Medicaid prior to release from prison succeeds in generating health insurance coverage after release.
Medicaid Administrative Claiming and Targeted Case Management: Opportunities for Public Safety [Webinar]
This webinar defines roles that criminal justice professionals play in Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) and Targeted Case Management (TCM).
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.
This brief covers the health and mental health needs of girls and boys in the juvenile justice system and the role of Medicaid in meeting those needs.
Information is provided about inmates eligible for Medicaid, and state efforts to enroll inmates in Medicaid and obtain federal matching funds.
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.
The broadcast highlighted promising ACA practices providing resources and strategies to expand healthcare coverage to justice-involved individuals.
This article provides an overview of the meaningful use landscape, emphasizing the applicability of meaningful use to health care provided in jails, as well as exploring the benefits and difficulties of participating in this program for jail health care providers.
This report examines how one jurisdiction, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, has taken extraordinary steps to address this challenge by ensuring Medicaid eligibility for detained youth and establishing a licensed, free-standing community mental health clinic adjacent to it detention facility.