The Iowa Managed Substance Abuse Care Plan: Access, utilization, and expenditures for medicaid recipients

@article{McCarty2003TheIM,
  title={The Iowa Managed Substance Abuse Care Plan: Access, utilization, and expenditures for medicaid recipients},
  author={Dennis McCarty and Milton Argeriou},
  journal={The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={30},
  pages={18-25}
}
The Iowa Managed Substance Abuse Care Plan (IMSACP) used a behavioral health care organization to manage expenditures for treatment of alcohol and drug dependence financed through Medicaid, block grants, and state appropriations but maintained relatively distinct eligibility and benefit structures for Medicaid-eligible individuals. Medicaid claims, encounters, and eligibility files were reviewed for 2 years before and 3 years after implementation of IMSACP to evaluate changes in access… CONTINUE READING

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