Characteristics and Service Use of Medicaid Buy-In Participants with Higher Incomes: A Descriptive Analysis

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Few employer-sponsored and private insurance plans offer the range of services that workers with disabilities may need. Medicaid Buy-In programs are a viable option that allows these workers to receive needed services without spending down for Medicaid. This report describes findings from a study of characteristics and service utilization of higher-income enrollees compared to regular Medicaid enrollees. Providing these programs may keep higher-income workers with disabilities employed.
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Hoffman, Denise; Andrews, Kristin; Cheh, Valerie
high-income; higher-income; employer-sponsored, private health insurance; health insurance; services and supports; medicaid expansion; affordable care act (ACA); service utilization; prescription drugs; workforce; employment outcomes;


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