How access to real-time incarceration data helps states prevent and recover improper unemployment insurance payments
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, state audits unveiled millions of dollars in improper unemployment payments.
As the state of Medicaid evolves, certain industry trends emerge. Detrimental effects of such trends, if not addressed properly, can include disruptions in continuity of care for vulnerable populations (e.g., incarcerated Medicaid beneficiaries), as.
MEETING INCARCERATED PARENTS “WHERE THEY ARE” Enacted over 40 years ago, the United States Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program now faces a new set of realities that challenge the success of this essential program.
INFORMED MEDICAID COVERAGE AND THE NEED FOR CONTINUITY OF CARE The United States incarcerates more people than any other country in the world, with 2.2 million inmates currently in custody−a 500% increase over the past 30 years. Individuals.