The Partnership for Medicaid is a nonpartisan, nationwide coalition made up of organizations representing doctors, health care providers, safety net health plans, counties, and labor. 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 65 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
August 13, 2019: Letter to HHS opposing the proposed Section 1557 rule narrowing protections for LGBT individuals, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable populations
August 12, 2019: The Partnership for Medicaid opposes public charge final rule
July 22, 2019: Letter to Senate leaders in support of extending programs to allow Medicaid beneficiaries to live in their communities
June 21, 2019: Letter to OMB opposing alternative proposals to measure poverty for health care and other safety-net program eligibility
June 20, 2019: Letter to House and Senate leaders calling for short- and long-term solutions to Medicaid financing challenges in the U.S. territories
May 13, 2019: Letter to House and Senate leaders calling for a delay in cuts to Medicaid disproportionate share hospital (DSH) payments
April 23, 2019: The Partnership for Medicaid endorses the Stabilize Medicaid and CHIP Coverage Act
March 21, 2019: The Partnership for Medicaid endorses the Excellence in Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Expansion Act
December 10, 2018: Letter to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) opposing the inclusion of Medicaid and CHIP in determining “public charge” status
November 28, 2018: Letter to House leaders calling for an extension of the Money Follows the Person demonstration
May 22, 2018: Letter to CMS calling for full implementation of existing access requirements before proposing changes
Feb. 9, 2018: The Partnership for Medicaid Welcomes Extension of Health Care Safety Net Programs
Jan. 23, 2018: The Partnership for Medicaid Applauds CHIP Extension, Calls on Congress to Fund Safety Net Programs