Eva Schifini is an associate in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm's Century City office and is a member of the firm’s Healthcare team.
Late last month, the Biden Administration announced the second installment of its recovery plan, dubbed the “American Jobs Plan” (the “Plan”). The Plan’s $2.3 trillion price tag includes $400 billion to revamp and reinvest in Medicaid’s home and community-based services (“HCBS”) over the next eight (8) years – representing over 17% of the Plan’s budget. Biden’s HCBS strategy aims to provide more solutions to help the overburdened healthcare system serve America’s aging and other special-needs populations through increased funding for Medicaid HCBS. The Plan Aims to Support Independent Living and Foster the “Care Infrastructure.” Medicaid is the federal-state… Continue Reading The American Jobs Plan and the American Rescue Plan: The Biden Administration Bets Big on Home and Community-Based Services