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Improving the Coordination of Services for Adults with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Profiles of Four State Medicaid Initiatives. Appendix D. Tennessee State Profile
This state profile also available at: http://aspe.hhs.gov/pdf-report/improving-coordination-services-adults-mental-health-and-substance-use-disorders-tennessee-state-profile A. Program Description Overview
Overview Adult day care centers that are funded by the Office of Services to the Aging (OSA) are not licensed. The OSA provides Operating Standards for Service Programs to be followed by providers of services to older persons in Michigan. Services may be provided only under an approved area plan through a formal contractual agreement between t
Regulatory Review of Adult Day Services: Final Report SECTION 2. STATE REGULATORY PROFILES
This study examined the approaches used in six states (Arkansas, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Oregon and Wisconsin) to make their long-term care systems more responsive to the needs of older people. According to the study, each of the states was able to expand community-based care services without generating runaway costs in total long-term care spe
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. 2.2. How Do Federally Qualified Health Centers Provide Services to Permanent Supportive Housing Residents?
In each of the three communities visited for this project, FQHCs are actively involved in delivering services to PSH residents. These Health Centers use several different models of service delivery. Most are well-established organizations that have been serving homeless people or other vulnerable populations with complex health problems for a deca
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities. 2.1. Who is Eligible for Federally Qualified Health Center Services Covered by Medicaid?
FQHC clients include people who are low-income, uninsured, and have limited access to health care services. Many FQHC clients are not currently eligible for Medicaid or, if they are eligible, they need help enrolling in the program. FQHCs receive Medicaid reimbursement for services they deliver to Medicaid beneficiaries, and may use grants or othe
Medicaid Financing for Services in Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless People: Current Practices and Opportunities
This Issue Paper describes the ways that Medicaid is being used now and might be used in the future under provisions of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 to serve chronically homeless people. [67 PDF pages]
Strategies for Integrating and Coordinating Care for Behavioral Health Populations: Case Studies of Four States. Appendix A. State Profile Tables
TABLE A.1 . Louisiana Program Characteristics Program Name Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership (LBHP)
Strategies for Integrating and Coordinating Care for Behavioral Health Populations: Case Studies of Four States
This report describes the different strategies that four states--Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee and Vermont--are utilizing to improve the integration and coordination of care for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. These strategies include introducing new managed care arrangements and care coordination mechanisms, enh
A Primer on Using Medicaid for People Experiencing Chronic Homelessness and Tenants in Permanent Supportive Housing. 7.1. Medicaid Fee-For-Service Payment Mechanisms
Until recently, most people with disabilities who were enrolled in Medicaid, including people experiencing homelessness and those who became tenants of PSH, have received health care and behavioral health services reimbursed through fee-for-service arrangements.
Unlike HOPWA, which focuses primarily on housing, most RWP funds are allocated to core medical services as required by law. In 2010, only 3.2 percent of total RWP Part A and Part B funds were spent on housing assistance. In contrast, two-thirds (67 percent) of HOPWA’s 2010 expenditures were allocated to housing (Figure II.2).
The Medicaid program is a joint federal/state partnership that provides health coverage to low-income families, children and pregnant women, aged, blind and disabled individuals and certain other special categories of individuals, such as Qualified Medicare Beneficiaries. In order to receive federal Medicaid funds, states must comply with federal
Performance Improvement 2001. The Potential of the Child Support Enforcement Programs to Avoid Costs to Public Programs: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature
The Child Support Enforcement Programs ensures that non-custodial parents provide appropriate financial support for their children through four major services: locating absent parents, establishing paternity, establishing child support and medical support obligations, and enforcing support orders. One of the goals of the program is to redu
HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS The Potential of the Child Support Enforcement Programs to Avoid Costs to Public Programs: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature
Performance Improvement 2001: Evaluation Activities of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is the seventh annual report to Congress summarizing previous fiscal year evaluation efforts. The purpose of this report is to provide Congress with evaluative information on the Department's programs, policies, and strategies. It contains brief
As part of the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998, Congress established a medical child support working group to identify barriers to medical support enforcement and to recommend ways to address them. This report is an effort to provide greater background on one such barrier the lack of access by many nonresident parents to empl
A Primer on Using Medicaid for People Experiencing Chronic Homelessness and Tenants in Permanent Supportive Housing
This is one of two reports examining the use of Medicaid to cover services for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness, particularly in Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH). It provides a “how-to” guide on the various ways that Medicaid can cover such services, including the Medicaid authorities and new options provided under the Affordabl
This study examined models of integration and coordination of housing assistance services and HIV care. The final report describes findings from a quantitative analysis of national HIV housing assistance data, and highlights from case studies conducted at four Integrated HIV/AIDS Housing Plan (IHHP) projects funded by the U.S. Department of Housin
This paper presents data on the current state of Medicaid, the nation's program providing health and long-term care services to low-income families, elderly, and disabled individuals. The paper reports both historical and projected trends in Medicaid enrollment and spending. Information is presented on trends by major Medicaid eligibility category