Medicaid changes could save Kentucky money; others to lose benefits

Medicaid changes could save Kentucky money; others to lose benefits

Proposed changes to Kentucky’s Medicaid program could save state taxpayers an extra $27 million while costing an additional 9,000 people their health coverage.

Those are both projections for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s updated plan to overhaul the state’s Medicaid program, the joint federal and state health coverage program for the poor and disabled.

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