Assistive technology in medicaid home- and community-based waiver programs.

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PURPOSE As consensus emerges concerning the need to extend publicly funded home- and community-based services that support the independence of seniors, studies have reported the efficacy and cost effectiveness of assistive technology (AT). This article presents the latest available national AT expenditure and participation trends (1999-2002) for Medicaid… (More)

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@article{Kitchener2008AssistiveTI, title={Assistive technology in medicaid home- and community-based waiver programs.}, author={Martin Kitchener and Terence W. Ng and Hyang Yuol Lee and Charlene M Harrington}, journal={The Gerontologist}, year={2008}, volume={48 2}, pages={181-9} }