Who Stays and Who Goes Home: Using National Data on Nursing Home Discharges and Long-Stay Residents to Draw Implications for Nursing Home Transition Programs
This report analyzes survey data to describe the characteristics of two groups of nursing home residents who are 65 years or older: those who are discharged back to the community over a one year time period and those who remain in nursing homes for 90 days or longer. Over the last several years, some states have turned their attention to returning nursing home residents to community settings through nursing home transition programs. The findings provide insights on who to target in transition programs and what level and types of community resources are needed.
also of interest
- Key Issues in State Implementation of the New and Expanded Home and Community-Based Services Options Available Under the Affordable Care Act
- Testimony: What would strengthen Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports?
- Faces of Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Profiles of People with Medicare and Medicaid Coverage
- Overview of Nursing Facility Capacity, Financing, and Ownership in the United States in 2011