Three former administrators of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services who served Republican presidents have a bit of advice for Democrats trying to get conservative governors to go ahead with Medicaid expansion: Be flexible. Don’t make it a political litmus test. And try not to pour fuel on what’s already a hot-burning fire.
The unexpected Medicaid ruling by the Supreme Court left the states with unexpected options and dozens of questions — and the three former CMS chiefs doubt they will be answered quickly, maybe not until after the elections.
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