This report, co-authored by Buckeye President Robert Alt, shows how fundamental reforms to Ohio's Medicaid program cannot be implemented through so-called waivers. This is due for several reasons: waivers are temporary, subject to the discretion of federal bureaucrats and, even when approved, vulnerable to judicial review.
This report, written by Buckeye Institute President Robert Alt explodes some of the common myths and misperceptions surrounding the potential expansion of Medicaid in Ohio.
This piece written by Buckeye Institute President, Robert Alt, and Dan Greenberg, the President of the Advance Arkansas Institute make the case that the ability to "opt-out" of any Medicaid expansion is dubious, thus likely leaving states on the hook when the Federal Government changes the terms of the deal.
The Heritage Foundation's Ed Haislmaier's, Senior Research Fellow for Health Policy Studies, testimony on why expansion of Medicaid is unwise policy for Ohio.
Robert Alt's Testimony as an Interested Party before the Health and Human Services Subcommittee, Finance Committe, Ohio House of Representatives on March 13, 2013. Mr. Alt is testifying on Medicaid expansion, and why it is bad for Ohio.
This report outlines six reasons why expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, and turning it into a broad-based welfare program that covers able-bodied adults with incomes up to 138% of the federal poverty line is the wrong policy decision for Ohio.