Published: March 30, 2012
Tags: Arkansas Department of Health & Human Services v. Ahlborn, Medicaid
A state could enforce an agreement with a Medicaid recipient’s attorney providing a dollar-for-dollar reimbursement from a personal injury settlement, the Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled.
A federal agency’s recent approval of state cuts to certain Medicaid payments requires reconsideration of whether private challenges to those cuts may be maintained under the Supremacy Clause, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in a 5-4 decision.
A federal agency’s recent approval of state cuts to certain Medicaid payments requires reconsideration of whether private challenges to those cuts may be maintained under the Supremacy Clause.
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Federal law permits a state to recover against a community spouse’s annuity for an institutionalized spouse’s Medicaid costs, the 9th Circuit has ruled in affirming judgment.
As part of a broad examination of the federal health care law, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether Congress impermissibly conditioned states’ federal Medicaid funding on the adoption of expanded eligibility and coverage thresholds.
Does the doctrine of coercion prohibit Congress from conditioning states’ federal Medicaid funding on the adoption of expanded eligibility and coverage thresholds under the federal health care law?
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court kicked off its October 2011 Term with oral arguments in a case that considers whether private plaintiffs can sue to enjoin a state from deviating from federal Medicaid program requirements.
State Medicaid eligibility rules could be applied retroactively, even though they rendered ineligible an elderly woman who had made financial decisions in accordance with preexisting regulations in order to protect her right to benefits, the Alaska Supreme Court has ruled in affirming an administrative decision.
A state can impose liens on the property of a Medicaid beneficiary for the purpose of recovering its medical costs from personal injury settlements and awards, the 3rd Circuit has ruled in reversing judgment.