Enrollment, Employment, and Earnings in the Medicaid Buy-In Program, 2010
AbstractThis report, prepared for CMS, is part of a series of annual reports on participation in the Medicaid Buy-In program. It provides updates on both national- and state-level trends in enrollment, employment, and earnings among the 38 reporting Medicaid Infrastructure Grant (MIG) states with a Buy-In program in 2010. Additionally, this annual report presents findings from a geographical analysis that used participant zip code data to determine where Buy-In participants live, the level of program penetration, which areas have the most successful Buy-In participants, and whether local economic factors are associated with both program penetration and participant success.
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Medicaid ; disability; employment; Medicaid Buy-In;
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