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New Advocate's Guide to the Florida Medicaid Program Published

You can review the guide on the web at the Florida Health Justice Project's website or in our library if you're a member of the practice area.  The guide is 24-pages long and completely up-to-date covering everything the conscientious practitioner needs to know - including 128 legal citations.  The Guide was co-authored by leading experts Miriam Harmatz, co-director of Florida Health Justice Project, Margaret Kosyk of Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida, Inc., and Jazmine-Janine Dykes, a third-year law student at the University of Miami School of Law.

 


The Florida Policy Institute (FPI) has compiled county snapshots with data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Georgetown Center for Children and Families and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, along with local Medicaid expenditure figures provided to FPI by the state Agency on Health Care Administration.

 


Visit the National Health Law Program (NHeLP) website for national resources regarding health care reform efforts.

 


 

 
See the new Kaiser Family Foundation publication that provides helpful background information on Florida’s Medicaid program and the implications of reduced federal financing in a Medicaid block grant or per capita cap.


 

ACA Repeal/Medicaid Reform Impact on Florida: 

Florida Legal Services' 2017 Talking Points 

by Miriam Harmatz, Esq.

 

 

Share how the ACA, Medicaid, and CHIP has helped your clients.

Submit their stories to National Health Law Program (NHeLP) and help put a human face on healthcare.

 


Florida Medicaid Managed Care Guide:

Florida Legal Services' Advocates' Guide

by Miriam Harmatz, Esq.

 


Older Floridians Handbook:

The Florida Justice Institute's Sixth Edition of Laws and Programs Affecting Older Floridians

 


Florida Medicaid Reports

 


 

Kaiser Health Content

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