After Stewart v. Azar, What’s Next for Medicaid Work Requirements?

Now that a U.S. district court judge has overturned U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar’s approval of Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver, which features beneficiary work requirements, what happens next? In a To the Point post, George Washington University health law expert Sara Rosenbaum discusses takeaways from Stewart v. Azar and lays out the options for the Trump administration.
Also see Rosenbaum’s post examining how Medicaid work requirements could affect American Indians and Alaska Natives — and why states cannot choose whether to honor the federal commitment to Indian health.  


Read the full post on The Commonwealth Fund