New state strategies to meet long-term care needs.

@article{Doty2010NewSS,
  title={New state strategies to meet long-term care needs.},
  author={Pamela Doty and Kevin J. Mahoney and Mark Sciegaj},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2010},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          49-56
        }
}
Consumer-directed long-term care service programs give participants the flexibility they want, while reducing unmet need for home and community-based services and supports. States' efforts to expand such programs under Medicaid, including those supported by federal Cash and Counseling demonstration and evaluation grants, are often hindered by challenges related to costs, staffing and organizational issues, new infrastructure requirements, and resistance from stakeholders. Yet states have… CONTINUE READING

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