Cutting "Optional" Services Would Hurt More Than Help | Print |  E-mail
February 2011

Any Medicaid service cuts are unlikely to yield significant savings in state general revenue in the short term, as there is little to cut without reaching the bare federal minimum or causing significant harm to the Floridians who must rely on Medicaid.

Beyond the short term, such cuts will cost the state much more than they save.

> Read the report.