B. Burwell

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In this study, we examined Medicaid utilization and expenditure patterns of Medicaid recipients in intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded (ICF's/MR) in three States: California, Georgia, and Michigan. Data were obtained from uniform Medicaid data files (Tape-to-Tape project). Most recipients in ICF's/MR were nonelderly adults with severe or(More)
This article provides an overview of the findings from the Evaluation of Medicaid's Community Supported Living Arrangements (CSLA) Program. Results suggest that CSLA provided a useful model of beneficiary centered care for persons with developmental disabilities. The implications of the findings of this evaluation for current management of Medicaid programs(More)
The most pervasive eligibility-related problems encountered by low-income disabled persons in gaining access to Medicaid and Medicare are reviewed in this article. A series of options for restructuring program eligibility requirements are presented, with particular attention to improving the plight of the low-income disabled worker during the 24-month(More)
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