How the Pandemic Continues to Shape Medicaid Priorities: Results of an Annual Medicaid Budget Survey for State Fiscal Years 2022 and 2023

This annual Medicaid budget survey report highlights select policies in place across state Medicaid programs in fiscal year 2022 and policy changes implemented or planned for fiscal year 2023. The results are from the 22nd Annual Budget Survey of Medicaid Directors conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) and Health Management Associates (HMA), in collaboration with the National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD).

Medicaid budget survey reports from previous years are available in our archives.

PRESS RELEASE

  • A Press release announcing the release of the 2022 Medicaid Budget Survey is available.

ABSTRACT

  • The executive summary provides an overview of the results of the 2022 survey and is available under Executive Summary Tab.

FULL REPORT

  • The full report of the 2022 Medicaid Budget Inquiry is available at Report tab. The Report tab contains 8 separate sections. Users can view each section separately or download a full PDF report from the right side of the page.

SUMMARY OF EXPENSES AND REGISTRATIONS

  • This companion information note provides an overview of Medicaid spending and enrollment growth with a focus on fiscal years 2022 and 2023.

ONLINE INFORMATION SESSION

  • A recording of an October 25 online briefing highlighting key findings from the 2022 report will be available.

ADDITIONAL MEMORIES

  • Additional briefs using data from the 2022 Medicaid Budget Survey are forthcoming and will be linked here when published. Topics for future dissertations will include social determinants of health, health equity, health workforce strategies, managed care policy, and integrated care for people with dual eligibility.

ADDITIONAL SURVEY ON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

  • In 2022, KFF and HMA also conducted a survey of behavioral health benefits of Medicaid and other policies. The results of this additional investigation will be published in a future series of briefing notes and linked here.

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