June 5, 2011
NEWS RELEASE: AMERICAN ACTION FORUM RELEASES PRINCIPLES FOR MEDICAID REFORM
WASHINGTON – American Action Forum President Douglas Holtz-Eakin today issued the following statement after outlining core principles for Medicaid reform:
“Medicaid is a broken program that fails to provide adequate care to our nation’s neediest citizens and in order to improve quality and ensure its long term solvency, reform is necessary,” said Holtz-Eakin. “The American Action Forum’s Operation Healthcare Choice has identified five core principles for reform focused on increasing flexibility for states, more choices for recipients and modernization. Medicaid is an important safety net and its recipients deserve efficient, quality care.”
Click here to read more about the five principles for Medicaid reform.
SAVE THE DATE: The American Action Forum will host an event in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, room 562, on Tuesday, June 14 from 9am–11am to discuss Medicaid reform.