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Posted on Tue, Apr. 20, 2004
Bandaging Medicaid
Senate reverses cuts to medically needy

A TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT EDITORIAL

Florida lawmakers are trying to conserve tax dollars in a variety of ways, but until Saturday they were ready to cut off their noses to spite their faces by slashing Florida's share of certain Medicaid payments. It meant the loss of $370 million in federal matching dollars in a $586 million program for the medically needy.
On the chopping block was $215 million in state general revenue to help ensure hospital care for some 32,000 catastrophically ill Floridians who become medically indigent because they require ongoing treatments that no insurance will cover. The money would also have provided prenatal care for 7,000 low-income pregnant women and other services for the poor elderly.
Saturday, however, the Senate did an about-face, agreeing to restore that $215 million. The cuts were proposed originally not out of heartlessness but on the premise that it isn't good to pay Florida's share of this state-federal program out of one-time revenue sources such as grants or federal surpluses. It isn't.
Yet Florida was set to lose those federal matching funds that local health-care providers would direly miss and which would exacerbate health care costs in other ways.
Leon County stood to lose $5.1 million in combined state-federal reimbursements, said Tallahassee Memorial Hospital CEO Mark O'Bryant. His institution treats the largest share of medically needy patients here and it alone would have lost $3.2 million.
Mr. O'Bryant said shifting the medically needy program costs to local hospitals would in turn increase their pressure to raise prices, thus pushing up health insurance premiums for paying patients, thus adding to the ranks of the uninsured. And so the cycle would spiral down.
Lawmakers, as they craft the final state budget, know they cannot throw cancer and dialysis patients, organ transplant recipients, AIDS victims, and the poorest of the poor in extra distress.
But in the long-term, they must come up with a plan that's more sophisticated than borrowing from Peter to pay Paul as they are doing in this instance - taking money from trust funds and the money that was set to go to higher education.
In time, lawmakers will have to do the mature thing and consider tax reforms that will maximize the collection and use of state revenues. This has been advocated by TaxWatch and conservative senators who have worked in this fiscal conundrum for years. Obviously, in an election year, the idea is to cut a quick deal and go home to campaign, but at least the medically needy apparently have gotten a reprieve.

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THE FLORIDA HOUSE AND SENATE ARE DEBATING THE FATE OF 27,000
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PRESIDENT JOHNNIE BYRD. TELL THEM TO FULLY FUND THE MEDICALLY NEEDY
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Death to the Poor
Governor, Legislators Seek to Cut Medicaid Program
By Michael James
Independent Managing Editor
For the third year in a row, the Florida legislature and governor are trying to eliminate the
Medicaid Medically Needy program, which provides medication and healthcare to 27,000
Floridians that suffer from catastrophic illness. Those on the program include transplant
recipients, AIDS patients and pregnant mothers, all without any other access to healthcare.
So far, there have been many suggested changes to the program, as well as the option to
completely eliminate it. Among the proposed changes, Governor Bush has recommended a
spending cap and the Senate is proposing a 20% hospital co-pay.
A group of individuals called MedicaidAdvocates.com is again sending letters and making
phone calls in an effort to save the lives of those on the program. In one of those letters they
asked, "Where do you think the 20% of their portion of the bill comes from? Do you think they
will be able to write a check or be able to afford payments?"
They go on to state that in order for those in the Medically Needy program to be able to afford
healthcare under a revamped program they would be forced to choose between getting
medical care or paying their rent or getting food. They even went so far as to suggest that
some on the program would be forced to resort to suicide. They insist that the only way to
avoid endangering the lives of the 27,000 people on the program is by continuing to fund the
program.
Within the same budget, legislators are recommending giving corporations $130 million in tax
cuts, which is, ironically, the cost of the Medically Needy program. They are also suggesting
further eliminating certain taxes on stocks and binds, reducing the budget by yet another
$300 million.
Senate President Jim King, Rep-Jacksonville, told the Sun-Sentinel, "We either have to have
more money or less expectations." King is among those pushing for the corporate tax cuts, an
approach he claims will "stimulate the economy."
The Medically Needy program was created in 1986 to cover the cost of medications, hospital
care and doctors visits for those that fell between the cracks of the Medicaid system. Last
year, lawmakers attempted to alter eligibility requirements which would have saved the state
$50 million, but backed down due to public outcry.
This year, the Senate is suggesting eliminating everything out of the program except
medication coverage. Senator Mandy Dawson, Dem. Fort Lauderdale, said, "We can't just put
our heads in the sand and walk away and tell people 'we'll deal with you on another day - if
you're still around.'"
Bill Rettinger, a member of Medicaid Advocates.com, says that the cuts are a way for the
legislature to effectively kill 27,000 catastrophically ill residents. "If they don't fully fund the
program then people will die. Period," he said. "Maybe that's what they want to see happen,
death to the poor."
CALL/E-MAIL Senator James E. "Jim" King, Jr. Florida Senate President 1-888-861-
9761
e-mail: king.james.web@flsenate.gov
House President Johnnie Byrd Capitol Office: (850) 488-0807 District (813) 752-
5863 e-mail speaker(5)myflorida.com
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