Learning From History: Deinstitutionalization of People with Mental Illness As Precursor to Long-Term Care Reform
This report examines what policy lessons can be learned from the deinstitutionalization of people with mental illnesses and applied to potential long-term care reform for the elderly or those with significant disabilities. The study assesses the reforms that took place under deinstitutionalization, their impact and what mistakes were made. It also discusses the take-away lessons for long-term care policy, with a focus on planning, financing, living situations and the role of families, workplace issues, and the political landscape.
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- Massachusetts and Washington: Financial Alignment Demonstrations for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries Compared
- Articles Examine Data and Issues For Expanding Integrated Care Models For Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries
- Proposed Models to Integrate Medicare and Medicaid Benefits for Dual Eligibles: A Look at the 15 State Design Contracts Funded By CMS