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FY2015 Budget. LaMar Hasbrouck, MD, MPH, Director Joint Human Services Budget Briefing March 26, 2014. FY2015 IDPH Appropriation $603.8 Million. Budget Comparison: FY2015 vs. FY2014 (millions)*. *numbers rounded. Top 10 GRF-funded Mandates. Top 10 mandates account for 61% of GRF

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fy2015 budget

FY2015 Budget

LaMar Hasbrouck, MD, MPH, Director

Joint Human Services Budget Briefing

March 26, 2014

top 10 grf funded mandates
Top 10 GRF-funded Mandates
  • Top 10 mandates account for 61% of GRF
  • 200+ additional mandates (incl., medical cannabis, school based clinics, family planning, vision/hearing, prostate screening, etc.)
  • Mandates account for 96.7% of GRF (very few non-mandated programs)
fy2015 budget request highlights
FY2015 Budget RequestHighlights
  • “Other State” funds increased due to fee supported funds
  • Collective bargaining costs (GRF increase)
  • Serve Illinois (AmeriCorps program) $15M federal grant (GRF $500k)
  • Nursing Home Surveyors increase mandated
  • ADAP/IBCCP are flat funded; however, ACA savings will be tracked
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ACA Migration Update:AIDS Drug Assistance Program (7,000 clients)

Efforts to “Facilitate”

Progress-to-Date

528 clients successfully migrated to Medicaid

1,122 clients successfully migrated to Marketplace

5,396 eligible remain in program

Ongoing Needs:

Services not covered by Medicaid

Deductibles, premiums (e.g., CHIC)

ACA ineligible clients

  • 3 webinars
  • 16 town hall meetings
  • Mass mailings to all clients
  • Launched web based application
  • IDPH Program designated as Certified Application Counselor (CAC) to provide direct assistance
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ACA Migration Update: Breast Cervical Cancer Program (27,500 clients)

Efforts to “Facilitate”

Progress-to-Date

7,150 (26%) clients successfully migrated

14,025 eligible remain in program

Priority waiting list 5,785

Ongoing Need:

Undocumented

Uninsured

ACA ineligible clients

Those that “opt out” of ACA

  • 35 lead agency mailings, calls to all eligible clients
  • All lead agencies have ACA Navigators to provide direct assistance
  • Barriers identified
    • Co-pays
    • Assumption automatic enrollment
    • Medicaid enrollment delays
programs threatened by potential cuts in grf
Programs Threatened by Potential Cuts in GRF
  • Client services: HIV/ADAP, IBCCP
  • Staffing: Nursing Home Surveyors, others
    • Labs
    • Environmental health
    • Infectious disease
  • Local Health Department core funding
  • Other key programs:
    • Vaccines
    • School Health Centers
    • Poison Control
    • Perinatal services
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