The Partnership for Medicaid is a nonpartisan, nationwide coalition of organizations representing clinicians, health care providers, safety-net health plans, and counties. The goal of the coalition is to preserve and improve the Medicaid program.

The Partnership for Medicaid seeks to raise awareness about the vital role played by the Medicaid program, which provides essential health care services to more than 75 million people. By working in a bipartisan manner with all levels of government and affected constituency groups, we seek to provide viable solutions to improving the quality and delivery of services, with the aim of constraining costs without undermining the program’s fundamental goals.

Above all, The Partnership for Medicaid is a unified voice to ensure that Medicaid continues its crucial role as a strong safety net for vulnerable Americans.

Read our Medicaid Principles and Medicaid 1115 Demonstration Waiver Principles.

Our Latest Actions

January 24, 2022: Letter to Congress Urging Action on Important Medicaid Priorities

October 8, 2021: Letter to Democratic Leadership on Important Medicaid Priorities in the Reconciliation Bill 

September 9, 2021: Letter to Congress Urging Medicaid Full Year Postpartum Coverage in Upcoming Reconciliation Bill 

August 9, 2021: Letter to Congress Advocating for the Inclusion of Medicaid Priorities in Upcoming Legislation

July 21, 2021: Congratulations and Welcome to CMS Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure

April 28, 2021: Partnership for Medicaid Celebrates National Minority Health Month this April and Continues Work on Promoting Health Equity in Medicaid

April 27, 2021: Letter of Support for States Achieve Medicaid Expansion (SAME) Act to Senator Warner and Senator Warnock

March 17, 2021: Letter to House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health Hearing on: Averting a Crisis: Protecting Access to Health Care in the U.S. Territories

March 12, 2021: Letter of Support for Coronavirus Medicaid Response Act to Senator Casey, Senator Cortez Masto and Rep. Lee

February 5, 2021: Letter to Congress on raising the Medicaid FMAP rate