This publication contains a series of five state case studies of Medicaid managed care programs enrolling elderly care programs enrolling elderly Medicaid recipients. The case studies were prepared by University of Minnesota National Long Term Care Resource Center's two partners: the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) in Portland, Maine and the Institute for Health Services Research, School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. These case studies have been conducted under the leadership of Trish Riley and Robert Mollica at NASHP.
The project was undertaken to examine the experience of elders in managed care, particularly managed care programs for low income, dually eligible elders, and the roles of aging network in relation to managed care. The site visits were conducted from November to early March and changes may have occurred since the reports were written.
Mollica, Robert L.; Riley, Trish; and LTC Resource Center, University of Minnesota, "Managed Care, Medicaid & the Elderly, An Overview of Five State Case Studies" (1996). All U.S. Government Documents (Utah Regional Depository). Paper 170.