The Utility of Data from Long-Term Care Assessments for Reducing Repeated Hospital Encounters among Dually Eligible Beneficiaries in Maryland

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The Hilltop Institute


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Fakeye, O., Rana, P., Henderson, M., & Stockwell, I. (2022, March 14). The utility of data from long-term care assessments for reducing repeated hospital encounters among dually eligible beneficiaries in Maryland. Baltimore, MD: The Hilltop Institute, UMBC


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In this report, Hilltop discusses the findings of its empirical studies to identify the need for developing a health information exchange solution to bridge the information gap during transitions between LTSS and acute care settings among the population of over 100,000 individuals who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid in the state of Maryland.