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Title
Medicaid Tape-to-Tape findings: California, New York, and Michigan, 1981.
First Author
Howell, Embry M
Date of Pub
1988 Summer
Pages
1-30
Volume
9
Issue
4
Other Authors
Baugh, David K; Buczko, William; Ruther, Martin M; Rymer, Marilyn P
Abstract
Presented in this report is an overview of Medicaid enrollment, utilization, and expenditures in California during 1981. The California Medicaid program, called Medi-Cal, is the largest in the Nation in terms of program beneficiaries. During 1981, California had one of the most generous Medicaid programs in the country in terms of eligibility and covered services. At the same time, there were benefit limitations and reimbursement restrictions in place that were designed to restrict program expenditures. The data in this report were provided by the State to the Health Care Financing Administration as part of the Medicaid Tape-to-Tape Project. Data from Michigan and New York are also included for comparison purposes.
Abstract Continued
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MeSH
Health Expenditures : Adult : Aged : Aid to Families with Dependent Children/utilization : California : Child : Data Collection : Evaluation Studies : Georgia : Human : Medicaid/utilization : Michigan : New York : Pilot Projects : Statistics : Tennessee : United States : United States Health Care Financing Administration
NTIS Number
PB89-100663