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Higher Medicare SNF Care Utilization by Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries: Can Medicaid Long-Term Care Policies Be the Answer?
Version of Record online: 22 JUL 2014
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Health Services Research
Volume 50, Issue 1, pages 161–179, February 2015
How to Cite
Rahman, M., Tyler, D., Thomas, K. S., Grabowski, D. C. and Mor, V. (2015), Higher Medicare SNF Care Utilization by Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries: Can Medicaid Long-Term Care Policies Be the Answer?. Health Services Research, 50: 161–179. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12204
- Issue online: 29 JAN 2015
- Version of Record online: 22 JUL 2014
- National Institute of Aging. Grant Number: P01AG027296
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Figure S1: Polynomial Regression of Outcomes onto Propensity Score of Being Dual Eligible Separately for Dual-Eligible and Medicare-Only Population.
Figure S2: Box Plot of Occupancy Rates in Nursing Homes by States' Certificate-of-Need (CON) Legislation.
Table S1: Effects of State Policies on Differential Outcomes between Dual-Eligible and Medicare-Only Patients.
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