Section 1115 Medicaid Waiver

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved California’s five-year, $10 billion Section 1115 Medicaid Waiver in November 2010, with detailed information available on the State’s Waiver Renewal page. The 1115 Waiver will serve as bridge to federal health reform. In particular, it will provide counties like Los Angeles with the opportunity to expand coverage to uninsured adults in preparation for the Medicaid expansion in 2014, support uncompensated care costs, improve care coordination for vulnerable populations and promote public hospital delivery system transformation.

Publications and Documents

Mar 02 2005
Congressman Henry Waxman

Congressman Waxman Letter to Governor Schwarzenegger Regarding Waiver

Feb 28 2005
California Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO)

Analysis of the 2005-06 Budget Bill: Health and Social Services Medi-Cal

Feb 17 2005
Senate Budget & Fiscal Review, Subcommittee #3 on Health and Human Services

Hearing on Governor's Proposed Medi-Cal Redesign: Hospital Financing, Managed Care and Premiums

Feb 17 2005
Senate Budget & Fiscal Review, Subcommittee #3 on Health and Human Services

Hearing on Governor's Proposed Medi-Cal Redesign: Hospital Financing, Managed Care and Premiums

Feb 15 2005
LA Health Action

Letter to CHHS on Hospital Financing Waiver

Feb 14 2005
DSH Task Force

DSH Task Force Letter to Governor Regarding Hospital Financing Waiver

Dec 27 2004
DSH Task Force

DSH Task Force Letter to CHHS Regarding Waiver

Sep 22 2004
David Janssen, L.A. County Chief Administrative Office (CAO)

Sacramento Update

Apr 29 2004
California Association of Public Hospitals (CAPH) and L.A. County Department of Health Services (DHS)

CalAccess: County Systems of Care Proposal for California 1115 Medicaid Waiver

Jul 24 2002
L.A. County Department of Health Services (DHS), Public Health

Medicaid Demonstration Project 1115 Waiver Modification Proposal


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