New report explores implications of capped Medicaid funding for Texas

For states like Texas, where the majority of funding is for the elderly and for people with disabilities, the promise of greater flexibility may not be enough to compensate for a deep reduction in federal dollars, researchers found.

The report was commissioned by the Texas Alliance for Health Care, a diverse coalition of health care stakeholders including hospitals and physician providers, charitable and health foundations, business leaders and a host of industry experts. EHF is a member of the alliance.

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