A new analysis of New Hampshire’s Medicaid work demonstration estimates that 2,500-3,779 community health center patients are at risk of losing coverage as a result of work and reporting requirements. The potential effects are far-reaching, resulting in Medicaid revenue losses to the state’s 11 CHCs of up to $2.8 million, which could, in turn, reduce capacity for up to 2,510 patients or nearly 11,000 visits. The analysis was conducted by researchers in the Geiger Gibson Program at Milken Institute School of Public Health, GWU.

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