Posts Tagged ‘David Dzielak’

Miss. tax collections running $91M ahead of expectations

by Published: January 14,2015

Tags: Business, David Dzielak, Eric Clark, Mississippi, NEWS

JACKSON — Mississippi tax collections are running $91 million ahead of expectations just over halfway into the fiscal year, a top budget writer said Tuesday. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Herb Frierson, R-Poplarville, said that’s a small portion of the $6 billion budget, but the uptick shows economic conditions are improving. He also said legislators will […] [...]

State’s Medicaid enrollment growing, spurred by Affordable Care Act

JACKSON — Mississippi’s Medicaid enrollment has grown since January, even as top elected officials continue to oppose expanding the program. Medicaid director David Dzielak told legislative budget writers Friday that the biggest reason for the enrollment increase is a new type of income calculation. He said that under the federal health overhaul law, the Affordable […] [...]

Medicaid director wants expansion into managed-care program

JACKSON — Mississippi’s Medicaid director wants to expand a managed-care program that he says has helped save the state about $40 million. David Dzielak said 22 percent of Medicaid recipients are in managed care, in which a company is paid a set fee to provide medical services, regardless of the services’ actual cost. Dzielak said […] [...]

Managed care saving Medicaid money, says Dzielak

by Published: October 28,2013

Tags: David Dzielak, Medicaid, Rep. Steve Holland

By Bobby Harrison, Daily Journal Jackson Bureau JACKSON, Mississippi – Medicaid Executive Director David Dzielak says enrolling Mississippi Medicaid recipients in managed care has saved the state about $40 million. To increase those annual savings, Dzielak said recently the Legislature will have to remove the restrictions on the managed care program. The Medicaid budget for […] [...]

Agencies, schools petition lawmakers for funding in upcoming bidget

JACKSON — Mississippi’s prison and mental health systems and Medicaid program are seeking millions of extra dollars to get through the budget year, then more money on top of that for the coming year. Agency leaders appeared yesterday before the Joint Legislative Budget Committee to request money for fiscal year 2014, which ends June 30, […] [...]

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