This fact sheet from the Kaiser Family Foundation examines key questions around the potential changes President-elect Donald Trump and the next Congress may seek to make in Medicaid. It considers multiple forms a repeal of the ACA could assume and potential structural changes to Medicaid, including through a block grant or a per capita cap. It also reflects on the impact such a repeal could have on coverage, financing, delivery system and payment reform, and access to care, particularly for complex and vulnerable populations. The fact sheet also discusses how executive powers can be used to make changes to Medicaid without congressional action, including new regulations and Medicaid waivers.
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