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The Medicaid Buy-In Programs: Lessons Learned From Nine "Early Implementer" States

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This report discusses findings from case studies of nine states — Alaska, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, Vermont and Wisconsin — operating Medicaid Buy-In programs for working persons with disabilities. At the time of this study, approximately 13,000 persons were enrolled in the programs in these nine states. The paper gives particular attention to the decisions made by states concerning program eligibility, their approaches to estimating program enrollment and costs, and the patterns of program enrollment to date. [37 PDF pages]

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