A Blueprint for Reforming Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports And Creating Good Caregiving Jobs

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02/19/2021
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

There is an opportunity to create jobs and prepare for the growing number of older adults with complex needs. Legislators can take key actions to increase access to HCBS, reduce the institutional bias in Medicaid, and create a strong workforce.

A Blueprint for Reforming Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports and Creating Caregiving Jobs

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