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Alaska changed its Medicaid personal care program based on principles and recommendations from a 75-person Personal Care Summit that involved program participants, personal assistance providers, advocates, and state policy makers. The changes created consumer-directed personal care agencies that train participants to direct their own services and perform fiscal responsibilities for people who employ their own personal assistants through the CDPCP.
Consumer-directed services; Personal Care Summit
Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49541