Brooks, a senior fellow for the Georgetown Center for Children and Families (CCF), co-authored an issue brief
in Health Affairs analyzing hospital presumptive eligibility (PE) under the ACA. The brief provides answers to questions under debate and outlines next steps for states implementing PE. CCF published an accompanying blog post
to highlight states’ critical PE decision points. The blog criticizes Florida for setting standards and training requirements that discourage hospitals from implementing presumptive eligibility, while lauding Virginia for setting more reasonable standards.