Check out the revisions to the Alexander Group’s Medicaid expansion feasibility study

Gary Alexander, chief consultant of the Rhode Island-based Alexander Group, presents his Medicaid Expansion Feasibility Study to the Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee in January 2013. BDN photo by Mario Moretto.

Gary Alexander, chief consultant of the Rhode Island-based Alexander Group, presents his Medicaid Expansion Feasibility Study to the Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee in January 2013. BDN photo by Mario Moretto.

On Jan. 17, the Maine Department of Health and Human Services fulfilled a request by several news organizations to see revisions of a report by the Rhode Island-based Alexander Group, which said expanding Medicaid in Maine under the federal Affordable Care Act would cost the state $807 million.

It was clear from the time the report was made public on Jan. 10 that revisions had been made since it was first submitted to DHHS on Dec. 16, but it wasn’t until Friday that those revisions came into focus.

You can see each of the drafts below, presented in chronological order, and read the story by me and the Sun Journal’s Scott Thistle here.

Let me know in the comments if you think we missed any important changes.

Mario Moretto

About Mario Moretto

Mario Moretto has been a Maine journalist, in print and online publications, since 2009. He joined the Bangor Daily News in 2012, first as a general assignment reporter in his native Hancock County and, now, in the State House.