Using Medicaid to Cover Services for Elderly Persons in Residential Care Settings: State Policy Maker and Stakeholder Views in Six States. Formal and Informal Interviews

12/01/2003

Pat Callaghan, Supervisor 
Eligibility Policy 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Suzana Cobic-Ivkovic, SSI Coordinator and Program Administrator 
Department of Human Services 
Minnesota Supplemental Aid and General Assistance

Duane Elg, Program Consultant 
Group Residential Housing, 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Maren Hayes, Project Officer 
Demonstration Project on Affordable Housing With Services for Older People, 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Walter Eisner, Housing and Alternative Services Specialist 
Care Providers of Minnesota

Pat James, Elderly Waiver Program Administrator 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Neil Johnson, Director of Marketing and Member Services 
Minnesota Home Care Association

Rosalie A. Kane, Professor 
Division for Health Services Research & Policy 
School of Public Health 
University of Minnesota

LaRhae Knatterud, Planning Director 
Aging Initiative/Continuing Care 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Gayle Kvenvold, Executive Director 
Minnesota Health and Housing Alliance

Colleen Leach, Program Specialist 
Program Assurance Unit 
Minnesota Department of Health

Lisa Rotegard, Supervisor 
Aging and Adult Services/Community Support 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

Nancy Sailer, Director of Program Services 
Minnesota and Dakotas Regional Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association

Julie Skoy, Supervisor 
Eligibility Policy 
Minnesota Department Of Human Services

Diane Sprague, Policy Analyst 
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency

Darrell Shreve, Director of Research and Regulations 
Minnesota Health and Housing Alliance

Mary E. Youle, Director of Housing & Community Services 
Minnesota Health & Housing Alliance

Sharon Zoesh, State Ombudsman 
Office of Ombudsman for Older Minnesotans 
Minnesota Department of Human Services

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