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Third Meeting, Thursday, September 7, 2000 Friday, September 8, 2000 Attendance: Members of the Technical Panel: Dale Yamamoto, Chairman Principal Benefits Practice Hewitt Associates Lincolnshire, IL James Robinson Associate Scientist Center for Health Systems Research and Analysis University of Wisconsin-Madison Ma
The project examined how states have used Medicaid's Personal Care Services Optional Benefit (also called the PC Option), assessed whether coverage regulations for these services be revised, and discussed the ways in which the program might affect public debate about the expansion of public funding for long-term care. The project entailed reviewin
The principal finding of this report is that Channeling led to an increase in total costs for clients, including costs for medical and long-term care services and costs for shelter, food and other daily living expenses. The Basic Case Management Model appeared to increase these costs by about $1,300 during the 18-month period of the demonstration;
This is the PDF version of the 2016 Update of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease. There have been updates yearly since this report was originally published in 2012. A complete list of the National Plan and updates, and their direct URLs, is available on the second page. More information about the National Alzheimer's Project Act is
Credentialing, Licensing and Reimbursement of the SUD Workforce: A Review of Policies and Practices Across the Nation
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the barriers to and facilitators of licensing, credentialing, and insurance reimbursement for substance use disorder (SUD) treatment providers across the nation. The study included an environmental scan of key issues, reviews of credentialing, licensing, and reimbursement policies in the 50 states
This PDF was submitted as an attachment to a Public Comment sent to the Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care, and Services and/or the National Alzheimer's Project Act website. The opinions and views expressed in this PDF are those of the authors and the person who submitted it. They do not necessarily reflect the views of any federal a
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Who Is Paying the Big Bills Very High Cost Pediatric Hospitalizations in California, 1987 Leighton Ku SysteMetrics/McGraw-Hill August 1990 PDF Version
A Profile of Medicaid Institutional and Community-Based Long-Term Care Service Use and Expenditures Among the Aged and Disabled Using MAX 2002
This report examines how person-level data in the Medicaid Analytic eXtract (MAX) data system can be used to better understand Medicaid long-term care service use and expenditures, and to evaluate the utility of MAX data for further study of long-term care.
The Planning and Implementation of Channeling: Early Experiences of the National Long Term Care Demonstration
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
This compendium is published by the Division of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Office of Social Services Policy. It summarizes the results of the Division's research projects from 1986 through the present and highlights future plans. The role of research within
Tables in this report were prepared in response to a contractual charge to analyze existing data sources for answers to as many long-term care questions as data and resources would permit. More than two dozen research papers containing roughly 500 tables were produced as a result of that effort. This report contains a substantial portion of those
Market-based payment policies such as competitive bidding, reference pricing, centers of excellence and tiered provider networks have been implemented both in Medicare and across the private sector, as described in this report required by Executive Order 13890.
Report from the Working Group on Improving Public Policies and Programs Affecting Persons with Mental Retardation and Other Developmental Disabilities
This report analyzes the impact of current federal policies and programs on the growth of community living arrangements and supportive services for people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities (MR/DD).
This report is based on the most recent and current developments related to health information exchange in post-acute care and long-term care. It builds upon the previous literature review conducted in the project that examined the status of electronic health records in post-acute and long-term care and research on clinical information exchange n