Shifting the Cost of Dual Eligibles: Implications for States and the Federal Government
This issue paper provides state-level estimates on spending on dual eligibles and illustrates the fiscal effects of scenarios where the federal government assumes the cost of prescription drugs, Medicare premiums, acute care, and long-term care for this population.
Issue Paper (.pdf)
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