This paper explains the cost estimates for the long-term care provisions of the Health Security Act. [44 PDF pages]
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This report presents the results of an evaluability assessment of discharge/transition planning as a homeless prevention strategy in four types of institutional and custodial settings including: adult in-patient psychiatric hospitals, foster care independent living programs, residential treatment programs for adults with substance abuse disorders,
The evaluation of the 2001 OPM policy of parity for mental health and substance abuse (MH/SA) health care insurance benefits in the FEHB Program was conducted primarily to assess the impact of this policy on utilization and cost. Would increases be within reasonable limits or would the increase to utilization and cost render MH/SA parity unafforda
This is the final report produced under the National Evaluation of the DOL Welfare-to-Work (WtW) Grants Program. The WtW grants program was a large, federally-funded effort to help the most disadvantaged welfare recipients leave the welfare rolls and become employed. As part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, Congress provided $3 billion for WtW
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Deriving State-level Estimates from Three National Surveys: A Statistical Assessment and State Tabulations
This report assesses the statistical issues involved in the production of state level estimates related to health and welfare issues from three national surveys: the Current Population Survey (CPS), the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), and the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS). With the devolution of many welfare programs f
The Medicare and Medicaid programs distribute extra payments to hospitals that treat a disproportionate share of indigent patients. The disproportionate share hospital (DSH) payment policies differ substantially between the two programs and, under Medicaid, across states as well. State-reported information on Medicaid DSH payments to individual ho
Evaluation of the District of Columbia's Demonstration Program,Managed Care System for Disabled and Special Needs Children: Year One Report
This project evaluates the District of Columbia's managed care demonstration program for disabled and special needs children. The demonstration program relies on a Medicaid-financed managed care system for children in the District's Supplemental Security Income program and is offered to eligible children as an alternative to the traditional Medica