Balancing LTC: Can More Home and Community-Based Support Save Money While Improving Care
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presentations (communicative events)
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SubjectsDual Eligibles in Maryland
dual eligibles who meet nursing facility level of care in the community and in institutions
Older Adults Waiver (OAW)
Charles Milligan participated in a roundtable at the 2010 AcademyHealth Research Meeting on June 28, 2010, in Boston, Massachusetts. His presentation gave an overview of Hilltop’s research on cross-payer effects for dual eligibles in Maryland, provided the results of the study, and discussed some implications for policy.