Implementing an Integrated Long-Term Services and Supports Buy-in Program: A Cost Estimate

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09/17/2021
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

As the individuals with unmet needs rise, so does the long-term cost to both Medicaid and Medicare. This study estimates the federal costs associated with subsidizing an LTSS “buy-in” to the Medicare program or, as a buy-in to Medicaid benefits.

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