As the governor's Medicaid working group wrapped up its meeting today, Idaho Health & Welfare Director Dick Armstrong said it was "nice to hear such agreement on many of these principles - that's very encouraging." He said he'll work on "simple graphic illustrations of costs and impacts" to bring to the panel at its next meeting Oct. 23rd. "I believe we have added to our information base and understanding," he said, including today's point that administrative costs of the current county medical indigency system haven't yet been included in cost estimates. "We're going to try to put a dollar savings to that, so that was a good find today," he said. The next meeting may be the group's final one, Armstrong said, but it'll reserve a date for an additional meeting just in case. "It depends on what happens with the November election - we may be back," he said.