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I. Federal Laws & Initiatives

II. Policy Choices & Fiscal Issues in Design

III. Summary tables of State Medicaid Buy-In Programs

IV. Medicaid Buy-In Admin & Evaluations

V. Cross-Disability Coalitions in States

VI. State Programs

VII. WIA, One-Stops, ADA etc.

VIII. SSDI Work Incentive Demos

Comprehensive Person-Centered State Work Incentive Initiatives:

A Resource Center for Developing & Implementing Medicaid Buy In Programs
and
Related Employment Initiatives for Persons with Disabilities


III. Summary Tables of State
Medicaid Buy-In Programs
Design Characteristics & Data


A. Summary of Status of State Medicaid Buy-In Programs

Download - Summary of Status of State Medicaid Buy-In Program (.doc)

 

B. State Medicaid Buy-In Program Design Features

Download - State Medicaid Buy-In Program Design Features (.doc)

Table 1. Medicaid Buy-In Program Income Eligibility Criteria

Table 2. Medicaid Buy-In Program: Resources Limits and Exclusions

Table 3 Cost Sharing Policies: Minimum Income Level and Premium Method

Table 4. Work-Related Policies and Protections


C. Variables Impacting Participation In a State’s Medicaid Buy-In Program:
Medicaid Eligibility “Starting Points” and Restrictions in Medicaid Buy-In Programs

Download - Variables Impacting Participation in a State's Medicaid Buy-In Program (.doc)

Table A is a listing of those states with Medicaid Buy-In programs implemented or soon to be implemented as to their Medicaid eligibility criteria or "starting point" other than the state’s Medicaid Buy-In program in each of the following programs:

  • SSI benefit standard (including the state SSI supplement);
  • Poverty level or standard of need income standard; and
  • Protected income level standard under the state’s Medically Needy program.

Table B shows for those states which have implemented or will shortly implement a Medicaid Buy-In program information and data which can be useful in understanding the primary variables impacting participation levels in the Medicaid Buy-In program. In general, the higher the "starting point" and the tighter the restrictions that a state applies to its Medicaid Buy-In program, the lower the enrollment and the smaller the fiscal exposure of the state.

D. Examples of State Medicaid Buy-In Reports

Minnesota
http://www.dhs.state.mn.us/Contcare/disability/maepd_statistics.htm


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