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Some States Roll Back ‘Retroactive Medicaid,’ A Buffer For The Poor — And For Hospitals

05:00 EST 14 Nov 2017 | Kaiser Health News

The retroactive payments provide protection for poor patients who can be enrolled in Medicaid after becoming seriously ill. That enrollment process takes time, and the look-back provision helps guarantee coverage they would have been entitled to if they had enrolled earlier.

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