The Department of Medicaid is keeping an eye on targeted interventions and treatments, rather than finding blanket solutions, as it continues to revamp its program, officials reported Thursday.
The most conservative of three proposals to change the funding formula for nursing homes could cost the state an additional $641 million at least, an industry representative said Tuesday.
Three nursing facility representatives urged a committee Tuesday to rethink how rebasing should work in Ohio but had different ideas on how to improve the current system.
Prospects for a repeal of one of the last vestiges of a controversial energy law remain dim in the view of a Republican joint sponsor.
Lawmakers got their first look Tuesday at the two-year $3.3 billion capital appropriations bill, which like its predecessors is expected to be processed quickly through the legislature over the next couple of weeks.
Senators are angling to use a pipeline safety bill to resolve a long-running dispute over telecommunications rulemaking.
Ohio appears to be all in on continuing to accept enhanced Medicaid funding from the federal government despite ongoing misgivings over inflationary impacts of other program spending.
Several interested parties urged senators to proceed with caution when considering a wide-ranging plan to bolster the electric vehicle industry they fear may undermine competition.