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Money Follows the Person 2014 Annual Evaluation Report: Executive Summary

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  • Carol V. Irvin
  • Noelle Denny-Brown
  • Alex Bohl
  • John Schurrer
  • Andrea Wysocki
  • Rebecca Coughlin
  • Susan R. Williams

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This executive summary provides highlights from the 2014 Annual Report from the national evaluation of the Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Demonstration. It highlights grantee progress on their statutory goals, strategies used by leading programs to improve transitions and long-term services and supports (LTSS) system performance, trends in transition rates and post-transition outcomes, how Medicare and Medicaid expenditures change after someone transitions from institutional to community-based services, and how MFP participants’ quality of life changes after the transition.

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  • Carol V. Irvin & Noelle Denny-Brown & Alex Bohl & John Schurrer & Andrea Wysocki & Rebecca Coughlin & Susan R. Williams, "undated". "Money Follows the Person 2014 Annual Evaluation Report: Executive Summary," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 3160f3a1b89242eda5bb81e38, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:3160f3a1b89242eda5bb81e3848dea96
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    Keywords

    Money Follows the Person ; MFP; Medicaid; rebalancing; long-term services and supports; LTSS; home- and community-based services; HCBS;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare
    • J - Labor and Demographic Economics

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