Senate Committee on Aging Hearing on Health Care Reform in an Aging America
03/04/2009 | 4057 Requests *
Program administrators, advocates, and researchers advise the Senate on ways to improve wellbeing and cost outcomes of long-term care by increasing access to HCBS. They speak on national demographics, successful HCBS programs of the past and present, state programs in Wisconsin and Florida, integrating acute and long-term care for dual eligibles, and program finance models. See “Video Contents Index” for time stamps and information on each testimony.
Wages and Benefits; Recruitment and Retention; Real Choice Systems Change; Public Health; Personal Assistant; Person Centered Planning; Medicaid; Independent Living; Human Services; Eligibility; Dual Eligibles; Community Inclusion; Cash and Counseling; Caregiving; Aging and Disability Resource Center; Advocacy; 1915c; Nursing Facility Transition; ; PACE; Programs for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly; long-term care insurance; Community Choice Act; Medicare
Aging Issues, Consumer/Participant Direction, Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, Financing HCBS, Long-Term Care, Money Follows the Person, Physical Disabilities, Quality, Resource Center, State/Agency Information, Sustainability, Transition/Diversion from Institutions, Waiver, Workforce/Direct Care
Audio / Video recordings, Legislation
U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging
Florida, Wisconsin, All States/Territories
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