Design of a Demonstration of Coordinated Housing, Health and Long-Term Care Services and Supports for Low-Income Older Adults. A. Structural/System Outcomes

05/11/2011

  • Improve services efficiency and coordination between affordable housing and health and long-term care providers and settings, particularly for high risk, medically complex and chronically disabled elders.

  • Improve physical accessibility of housing and help maintaining the physical property.

  • Lower Medicare and Medicaid costs.

  • Assist properties to comply with Fair Housing rules.

  • Assist states in complying with Olmstead regulations and implementing health care reform and rebalancing efforts, including Money Follows the Person.

  • Promote the growth of accessible affordable independent housing for lower-income older adults.

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