What is the Deficit Reduction Act?
The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, also known as DRA, is a Federal law that grants states the ability to modify their Medicaid programs. This allows individual states to reform their Medicaid programs to fit with the present health care environment while maintaining federal guidelines. In short, it is a Federal law that is implemented in each state differently.
What were the Significant Provisions of the DRA?
What is the Hartman Formula?
William E. Lindahl, MBA, CLPF