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Key Elements of F/EA Quality Management

This presentation was part of the 2007 Government and Vendor Fiscal/Employer Agent Workshop. The presentation discusses some key activities related to F/EA quality management, including: implementing effective Medicaid provider agreements and administration contracts, conducting initial F/EA readiness/certification reviews, and implementing ongoing F/EA performance/recertification reviews and program participant, representative and worker satisfaction surveys.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/52174

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Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS) for Older Adults in Minnesota: Final Report

A modest evaluation of the experience in Minnesota was included as part of their Cash & Counseling grant and this is the final report describing that qualitative evaluation.This report explores consumer and family member response to CDCS, presenting the results from key informant interviews held in 2007.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/52161

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Beyond Cash & Counseling: The Second Generation of Individual Budget-based Community Long Term Care Programs For the Elderly

States are increasingly interested in the individual budget model for older Medicaid beneficiaries as a mechanism to improve responsiveness of benefits to beneficiaries’ needs and preferences and to increase their ability to remain outside or leave nursing homes. This report describes 10 operating individual budget model programs that serve older persons and identifies four areas of program design that are of particular importance to the success of the individual budget model.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/52139

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Beyond Cash & Counseling: An Inventory of Individual Budget-based Community Long-Term Care Programs

This brief describes the evolution of beneficiary-managed home and community-based services since the original demonstration and provides an overview of state activity as of January 2006. The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 gives states the option to use this model for an expanded range of home and community based services in their state Medicaid plans without having to obtain a waiver.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/52138

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