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Disability Rights and Health Advocacy Organizations Urge Recission of TennCare III Demonstration

Posted by on 07/13/2021
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July 12, 2021
In the dying days of the Trump adminsitration, CMS approved Tennessee’s latest Medicaid 1115 waiver proposal which establishes TennCare III under a federal spending cap rather than a program that provides healthcare to all low-income Tennesseans who qualify. The National Health Law Program, the Tennessee Justice Center, and King and Spalding filed a complaint April 22, 2021 in the DC District Court on behalf of thirteen TennCare enrollees, arguing that the Trump administration failed to follow the proper rules before approving the waiver. and that the waiver cannot be approved under 1115’s authority to conduct an experiment when Tennessee’s proposal affects nearly all TennCare’s 1.5 million enrollees for a ten year period. DREDF and 14 other disability rights and healthcare advocy organizations who are concerned about the negative impact on Tennessee’s Medicaid enrolless and the bad precedent established for other states sent a letter to CMS asking the agency to take back approval for the changes to Tennessee’s medicaid program. […], July 12, 2021
In the dying days of the Trump adminsitration, CMS approved Tennessee’s latest Medicaid 1115 waiver proposal which establishes TennCare III under a federal spending cap rather than a program that provides healthcare to all low-income Tennesseans who qualify. The National Health Law Program, the Tennessee Justice Center, and King and Spalding filed a complaint April 22, 2021 in the DC District Court on behalf of thirteen TennCare enrollees, arguing that the Trump administration failed to follow the proper rules before approving the waiver. and that the waiver cannot be approved under 1115’s authority to conduct an experiment when Tennessee’s proposal affects nearly all TennCare’s 1.5 million enrollees for a ten year period. DREDF and 14 other disability rights and healthcare advocy organizations who are concerned about the negative impact on Tennessee’s Medicaid enrolless and the bad precedent established for other states sent a letter to CMS asking the agency to take back approval for the changes to Tennessee’s medicaid program. […],

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