Case Studies from Age in Action

Document Type

Article

Original Publication Date

2016

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Age in Action

Volume

31

Issue

3

First Page

1

Last Page

6

Comments

Case study from Age in Action Vol. 31, Issue 3.

Date of Submission

July 2016

Abstract

Objectives

1. To understand Virginia’s rationale for implementing the Commonwealth Coordinated Care Program and its approach to evaluating it.

2. To provide a framework for examining the health care experiences of individuals with behavioral health and/or long-term service and support needs who are enrolled in the Commonwealth Coordinated Care Program.

3. To inform policy on future options for improving the quality and health care experiences of similar groups of individuals in Virginia and other states.

Rights

Copyright managed by Virginia Center on Aging.

Is Part Of

Case Studies from Age in Action

Recommended Citation

Craver, G., Cuellar, A. & Grimm, G. (2016). Evaluating Commonwealth Coordinated Care: The Experiences of Individuals Dually Eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. Age in Action, 31(3), 1-6.

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