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Title
Beneficiary centered care in services to persons with developmental disabilities.
First Author
Brown, Samuel L
Date of Pub
1997 Winter
Pages
23-46
Volume
19
Issue
2
Other Authors
Burwell, Brian O; Lakin, K Charles
Abstract
This article provides an overview of the findings from the Evaluation of Medicaid's Community Supported Living Arrangements (CSLA) Program. Results suggest that CSLA provided a useful model of beneficiary centered care for persons with developmental disabilities. The implications of the findings of this evaluation for current management of Medicaid programs are discussed.
Abstract Continued
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MeSH
Developmental Disabilities : Community Health Services/economics/organization & administration : Consumer Advocacy : Eligibility Determination : Facility Regulation and Control : Female : Group Homes/economics/organization & administration : Health Personnel/education : Health Services Research : Human : Inservice Training/organization & administration : Male : Medicaid/organization & administration : Models, Organizational : Patient-Centered Care/organization & administration : Program Evaluation : Risk Factors : Social Isolation : United States
NTIS Number
PB99-109639