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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


IV. Medicaid Buy-In Administration
& Evaluations


A. State Medicaid Buy-In Program Premiums: Source Material and Summaries July, 2003

B. Medicaid Buy-In Outreach Programs: State Examples


State Evaluation and Consumer Surveys

3-State Work Incentive Initiative: Oregon, Vermont, and Wisconsin
Implementation Evaluation Report

Prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Work Incentives Project
by the Oregon Health Policy Institute, May 2002
Download a pdf file copy of the report

California
California Working Disabled Program
Prepared by the Lewin Group May 2003
http://www.medi-cal.org/topics/view.cfm?itemid=20684

Kansas
Policy Briefs Published by the University of Kansas Department of Health Policy and Management includes information on the characteristics of Medicaid Buy-In Enrollees
Link to site of Policy Briefs
http://das.kucrl.org/WHpolicybriefs.html

  1. Policy Brief 1
    Discussion of initial experience with enrollment in Medicaid Buy-In
  2. Policy Brief 2
    Discussion of consumer satisfaction by enrollees
  3. Policy Brief 3
    Discussion of characteristics enrollees, e.g., type of disability

Maine
The MaineCare Option for Workers with Disabilities: A Survey of Past and Present Enrollees
Link to report
http://choices.muskie.usm.maine.edu/surveycover.htm

MaineCare: Services for Workers with Disabilities Chart Book May 2003
http://choices.muskie.usm.maine.edu/chartbook.pdf

Nebraska
Survey of Disability and Employment in Nebraska, Fall 2001
Data Analysis and Report
Published May 20, 2002
A consumer survey to gather information from Nebraskans with disabilities about the barriers and supports facing workers with disabilities.
http://ppc.unl.edu/reports_publications/priceconsumer_survey_report.pdf

“The Impact of Earnings of Nebraskans with Disabilities on their Eligibility for Selected Services and Programs” December 2002
A report prepared for the Nebraska Medicaid Infrastructure Project by the Public Policy Institute at the University of Nebraska
Link to download the report
http://ppc.unl.edu/reports_publications/price_program_integration.pdf

Intermediary Service Organizations Providing Personal Assistance Services: Implementation Lessons. June 2003. University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.
A report prepared for the Nebraska Medicaid Infrastructure Project by the Public Policy Institute at the University of Nebraska
Link to download the report
http://ppc.unl.edu/reports_publications/price_pasiso_report.pdf

Utah
Self Reported Survey of Consumers Experience in Medicaid Buy-In Program
http://www.uwin.org/uwin/webpage/products/MWIreportFINAL4-15-03.pdf
Survey Results related to Benefits Planning
http://www.uwin.org/uwin/webpage/products/BPAOreport12-2-02.pdf
Employer Focus Group Report
http://www.uwin.org/uwin/webpage/products/EmployerFocusgroup_Apr2003.pdf

Wisconsin
“Medicaid Purchase Plan Annual Evaluation Report”, November 2002
Innovative Research Group, Madison, Wisconsin
for the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services
Download a copy of the pdf file

 


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