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Medicaid Reform Advisory Group

The Medicaid Reform Advisory Group was started under a previous administration to study and create a proposal for meaningful reforms to the state’s Medicaid program. 

The advisory panel was charged with meeting three key reform mandates:
  1. Stability and predictability in budgeting,
  2. Increasing the ease and efficiency of navigating the system by providers, and
  3. Providing whole care for the patient by uniting physical and behavioral health treatment. 

The Advisory Group’s final report was originally due to the Governor’s Office on November 15, 2014, but the large volume of public testimony received necessitated continuation of the review process of the draft report.  Following the transition to Governor Walker’s administration the Advisory Group held a final meeting via teleconference on January 29, 2015 and agreed to provide all versions of their draft report to the new administration and the public (links provided below).

For more information and recent activity on Medicaid reform and expansion please visit the Healthy Alaska webpage

Medicaid Reform Advisory Group’s Report Drafts: