South Carolina this week became the latest state to ask the Trump administration for a Medicaid work requirements waiver. The state wants to ask nondisabled adults to show they have worked 80 hours per month, on average, but unlike other ‘community engagement’ programs, South Carolina will not disenroll people from Medicaid if they fail to meet the requirements, and will instead impose a 3-month suspension of benefits. South Carolina currently serves 1,223,680 Medicaid beneficiaries, with 64.7% enrolled in managed care plans.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans