Medicaid (61 - 66 of 66 items)
Intertitle Transfers--A Way for States To Increase Federal Funding for Social Services
HRD-81-116: Published: Jul 10, 1981. Publicly Released: Jul 10, 1981.
GAO initiated a review of the extent and magnitude of transfers of social services costs from title XX of the Social Security Act to other funding sources. These intertitle transfers are the costs of social services historically charged to social services programs which, subsequent to the ceiling on social services, are now being charged to other Federal funding sources. Federal social services co...
Analysis of GAO Reports To Determine Federal Approaches Most Conducive to State Consistency in Delivering Services and Monitoring Results
HRD-81-76: Published: Apr 10, 1981. Publicly Released: Apr 27, 1981.
GAO was asked to examine recent GAO reports which discuss State administration and monitoring of selected federally funded programs to determine Federal approaches most conductive to State consistency in delivering services and monitoring the results. GAO was asked to emphasize cases where programs have been consistently administered and monitored by States.Twelve GAO reports were examined concern...
Efforts To Reduce Infant Mortality and Improve Pregnancy Outcome
112674: Jun 30, 1980
GAO discussed the issues of infant mortality and improving pregnancy outcomes, focusing on federal efforts to reduce high-risk pregnancies. GAO noted that: (1) since 1950, the U.S. infant mortality rate has declined from 29.2 to 14.1 per 1,000 live births; (2) to reduce infant mortality, the federal government provides funds for hospital construction, health care training, research, and programs t...
Relationships between Nonprofit Prepaid Health Plans with California Medicaid Contracts and for Profit Entities Affiliated with Them
HRD-77-4: Published: Nov 1, 1976. Publicly Released: Nov 1, 1976.
This study outlines the relationship between nonprofit, prepaid health plans (PHPs) with California Medicaid contracts and for profit entities affiliated with them. Affiliated entities are those connected with the PHP by common directors, officers, and/or owners. The following five PHPs were studied: Consolidated Medical Systems, Ltd.; Harbor Health Services; Omni-Rx Health Care, Inc.; Family Heal...
Problems and Related Costs Associated With Ineligibles in the AFDC Program
HRD-77-6: Published: Oct 21, 1976. Publicly Released: Oct 21, 1976.
A review of Ohio's procedures for closing Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) cases and adjusting grant amounts in two counties and at the Department of Public Welfare in Columbus indicated that the counties had problems in promptly transmitting information on closed cases and adjustments.This resulted in an extra month's AFDC payment and Medicaid coverage to ineligible families and AFD...