National health care reform must meet the unique health care needs of people with disabilities. However, obtaining health care coverage for a person with disabilities can be challenging in an employer-based health insurance environment. The final healthcare reform act must ensure that working people with disabilities retain the options they currently have to participate; any legislation should embed Medicaid Buy-in cocerage and provide states the flexibility they need to support individuals with disabilities in employment
Otto, B., Salley, S., Hall, Jean, P., & Himmelstein, J. (2009, October). Any health care reform must allow continuation of robust Medicaid Buy-In programs for working people with disabilities. Health & Disability Advocates. Available at http://www.nchsd.org/library/file.asp?id=300735
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