Hogan Tells Medicaid Plans To Press Congress To Again Increase FMAP

By Chelsea Cirruzzo / October 13, 2020 at 6:22 PM
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday (Oct. 13) urged Medicaid plans to press lawmakers to again increase the federal Medicaid match during the COVID-19 pandemic but acknowledged that a new stimulus bill likely won’t come until after the November election. Speaking at the Medicaid Health Plans of America conference on Tuesday, Hogan, who until recently chaired the National Governors Association, praised the 6.2% FMAP increase in the first coronavirus stimulus package, but said it fell short of states’ needs...

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