Medicaid and Medicare Resource Use For Dual Eligibles in Maryland
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Type of Work26 pages
presentations (communicative events)
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SubjectsMedicare-Medicaid cross-payer effect
comparison of community verses institutional care
This presentation, delivered by Charles Milligan to the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) in Washington, D.C., addressed the issue of coordinating long-term care for persons eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid (dual eligibles). Milligan discussed Hilltop’s research on Medicare/Medicaid cross-payer effects that found that Medicare and Medicaid financing do not align to promote home and community-based services.