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Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper discussing the positive and negative implications of the Welfare Reform Act of 1996 on Medicaid. Respond to one or more of the following questions in your paper: Did the Welfare Reform Act cause existing Medicaid beneficiaries to lose necessary coverage? Do eligible Medicaid candidates sometimes remain un-enrolled even though they are needy as a result of the Welfare Reform Act? Is the Welfare Reform Act effective in reducing welfare fraud and increasing personal responsibility? Has the Welfare Reform Act been successful in meeting its intended goals? Include a minimum of two references from the Internet or University Library. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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Running Head: the Welfare Reform ActTitle:Course Name:Topic Name:Instructor Name:Student Name:Date:Running Head: the Welfare Reform ActIntroductionWelfare reform is commonly described as a government's effort to change the social welfarestrategy of the country. An important goal of these reforms is to lessen the number of peoples orfamilies dependent on government aid and to assist the particular beneficiary in their efforts tobecome self-reliant (Schiller Bradley R, 1999). In the year 1996, the Welfare Reform Act waspassed into law with the pledge by the leaders of the United States to end welfare as it hadexisted since its commencement. A new time of welfare benefits and conditions was on theperceptive, and the Welfare Reform Act was the means required to begin these much requiredchanges.Did the Welfare Reform Act cause existing Medicaid beneficiaries to lose necessarycoverage?The Welfare Reform Act caused various existing Medicaid beneficiaries to lose necessarycoverage. The delinking of Medicaid to Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) hasgreat resulted in the changes in the requirements of eligibility to get Medicaid benefits. Theprevious format would facilitate an eligible welfare claimant automatically eligible for theMedicaid but in the recent time this is not the case (Meyer Bruce D & Dan T Rosenbaum, 2001).Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) a recent block grant has advanced eligibilityrequirements, which is resulti

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