Medicaid Costs Under Consumer Direction for Florida Children with Developmental Disabilities
12/01/2004 | 66 Requests *
This study of Consumer Directed Care, Florida's Cash & Counseling Demonstration program for children, examines the ways in which consumer direction affects the cost of Medicaid personal care services, as well as the cost and use of other Medicaid services. Outcome measures were drawn from Medicaid claims data for 1,002 children for the first two years post-enrollment.
Dale, Stacy; Brown, Randall; Phillips, Barbara
1915c; Caregiving; Cash and Counseling; Enrollment; Expenditures; Medicaid; long-term care; New Model of Medicaid Supportive Services; Cash and Counseling for Florida Children; Estimation of Program Effects; Waiver Expenditures; Treatment-Control Difference; Waiver Costs
Consumer/Participant Direction, Medicaid
Florida, All States/Territories
National Resource Center for Participant-Directed Services
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007