Performance Improvement 2006. Do Consumer-Directed Medicaid Supportive Services Work for Children with Developmental Disabilities?


The evaluation of Cash and Counseling is the first to use a randomized design to compare service use and quality under traditional versus consumer-directed approaches to Medicaid supportive services. As part of the evaluation, this paper presents results for the children and parents who participated in Florida's Cash and Counseling demonstration program, Consumer Directed Care.

PIC ID: 8054.6; Agency Sponsor: ASPE-ODALTCP, Office of Disability, Aging, and Long-Term Care Policy; Federal Contact: Doty, Pamela, 202-690-6443; Performer: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., Princeton, NJ

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