How Do Medicaid Buy-In Participants Compare with Other Medicaid Enrollees with Disabilities?
06/29/2007 | 459 Requests *
Answering the question posed in the title is one key to evaluating Medicaid Buy-In (MBI) programs. This issue brief, the fifth in a series on workers with disabilities, compares demographics, health status, and expenditures between these groups. Significant areas of difference that were identified are race, gender, diagnoses, and expenditures.
Schimmel, Jody; Irvin, Carol V.; Liu, Su
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Ticket to Work; Medicaid Buy-In; Medicaid; Expenditures; Community Inclusion; Balanced Budget Act; BBA
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