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December 2013 Policy Study, Number 13-12

   

Iowans Want to Age in Place

   

Endnotes

   

 

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[2] US Census Bureau. Resident Population by Age and State.
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[3] State Population Profiles, op. cit.
[4] Ibid.
[5] AHA Report. “When I’m 64: How Boomers Will Change Healthcare.” American Hospital Association.
Report number: http://www.aha.org/content/00-10/070508-boomerreport.pdf, 2007.
[6] Ibid.
[7] Prepared for AARP by RoperASW. “Baby Boomers Envision Retirement II - Key Findings.” AARP Report
number: http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/econ/boomers_envision_1.pdf , 2004.
[8] Social Security Administration. “Research, Statistics, & Policy Analysis.”
http://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/quickfacts/stat_snapshot/ (accessed 10 December 2013).
[9] Health and Human Services. Federal Poverty Guidelines 2013. http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/13poverty.cfm
(accessed 10 December 2013).
[10] J Gruber. “The Cost Implications of Health Care Reform.” The New England Journal of Medicine 2010;
15 May 2010 (doi 10.1056).
[11] Wendy Fox-Grage & Jenna Walls. State Studies Find Home and Community-Based Services to Be Cost-Effective. AARP Public Policy Institute. Report number: http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/research/public_ policy_institute/ltc/2013/state-studies-find-hcbs-cost-effective-spotlight-AARP-ppi-ltc.pdf , 2013.
[12] AARP Research & Strategic Analysis. “Voices of 50+ Iowa: Dreams and Challenges.” AARP. Report
number: http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/general/voices-america-dreams-challenges-ia.pdf, 2011.
[13] Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services - CMS. Various CMS Reports. http://www.cms.gov
& http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Health-Plans/pace/downloads/pacefactsheet.pdf &
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[14] Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services - CMS. Application for a 1915(c) Home and Community-
Based Waiver (Version 3.5). https://oig.hhs.gov/oei/reports/oei-02-08-00170.pdf (accessed 17 March 2013).
[15] Brown, R., Lepidus Carlson, B., Dale, S., Foster, L., Phillips, B., and Schore, J. “Cash & Counseling:
Improving the Lives of Medicaid Beneficiaries Who Need Personal Care or Home and Community-
Based Services.” Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. 2007; 9-10-2007. http://www.cashandcounseling.org/
resources/20070910-145713/index_html (accessed 23 March 2013).
[16] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[17] Application for a 1915, op. cit.
[18] O’Keefe, J. “In Understanding Medicaid Home and Community Services: A Primer,” 2010 Edition.
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[19] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[20] Application for a 1915, op. cit.
[21] Phillips, B. et al. “Lessons from the Implementation of Cash and Counseling in Arkansas, Florida and
New Jersey.” Washington, DC: Department of Health and Human Services, Assistant Secretary for
Planning and Evaluation. http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/cclesson.htm (accessed 8 May 2013).
[22] O’Keefe, op. cit.
[23] Ibid.
[24] Ibid.
[25] Application for a 1915, op. cit.
[26] Ibid.
[27] Ibid.
[28] Doty, P., Kasper, J., and Litvak, S. “Consumer-Directed Models of Personal Care: Lessons from Medicaid.” The Milbank Quarterly 1996; 74(3): 377-409. http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/lessons.htm (accessed 3 March 2013).
[29] Phillips, op. cit.
[30] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[31] Ibid.
[32] Ibid.
[33] Cryer, Leslie, Scott Shannon, Melanie Van Amsterdam, and Bruce Leff. “Costs For ‘Hospital At Home’ Patients Were 19 Percent Lower, With Equal Or Better Outcomes Compared To Similar Inpatients.” Health Affairs 2012; 31(6): 1237-1243. http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/31/6/1237.full.html (accessed 16 February 2013).
[34] Ibid.
[35] Ibid.
[36] CMS. In Letter to State Medicaid Directors. http://downloads.cms.gov/cmsgov/archived-
downloads/SMDL/downloads/SMD090498.pdf (accessed 6 May 2013).
[37] Ibid.
[38] O’Keefe, op. cit.
[39] Ibid.
[40] Ibid.
[41] Ibid.
[42] Ibid.
[43] Application for a 1915, op. cit.
[44] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[45] O’Keefe, op. cit.
[46] Ibid.
[47] Ibid.
[48] Older Iowans Legislature, Shawn Zierke. Priority Bill #2, Bill 13-10 Eliminate Institutional Bias of
Medicaid HCBS Waiver. http://www.olderiowans.org/legislation.htm (accessed 26 November 2013).
[49] Advocacy Cooperative. Bill Tracker 2013 Legislative Session: Iowa. http://www.ialobby.com/
billtracker/printBills.cfm?search=&IsActive=1&SortBy=billNumber+asc&clientID=10&NoHeader=0
(accessed 28 August 2013).
[50] Fox-Grage, op. cit.
[51] Ibid.
[52] Ibid.
[53] Advocacy, op. cit.
[54] Better Jobs Better Care - Building a Strong Long Term Care Workforce - Practice and Policy Report.
Linking Payment to Long-Term Care Quality: Can Direct Care Staffing Measures Build the Foundation?
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Applied_Research_Initiatives/Linking_Payments_to_LTC_Quality.pdf (accessed 27 December 2013).
[55] PACER is the Minnesota Parent Training and Information Center, funded by the U.S. Department of
Education’s Office of Special Education Programs. Olmstead Decision.
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[56] Hernandez, G.. Olmstead Act and Elders. http://comunitiesforlife.com/indge26.html (accessed 11 September 2012).
[57] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[58] Ibid.
[59] Ibid.
[60] Ibid.
[61] “Paying for Senior Care: Understand for Financial Options for Long Term Care.” Pay for Senior Care: PACE Locations. http://www.payingforseniorcare.com/longtermcare/resources/pace_medicare/provider_list.html (accessed 20 December 2013).
[62] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[63] Ibid.
[64] Ibid.
[65] Ibid.
[66] Section 10202 of the Affordable Care Act Mission Analytics Group and HSRI in collaboration with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services -CMS. Balancing Incentives Program. http://www.balancingincentiveprogram.org/sites/default/files/BIP_MFP_webinar_v4.pdf (accessed 9 May 2013).
[67] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[68] Ibid
[69[ Sample, J. Iowa’s ADRC: Expanding Statewide. , Lecture ed. Des Moines, Iowa.: Iowa Department on Aging, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise, Iowa Department of Public Health; 2013.
[70] Vermeer, J. Iowa’s ADRC: Expanding Statewide. , Lecture ed. Des Moines, Iowa.: Iowa Department on Aging, Iowa Medicaid Enterprise, Iowa Department of Public Health; 2013.
[71] Section 10202, op. cit.
[72] Ibid.
[73] Ibid.
[74] Sample, op. cit.
[75] Section 10202, op. cit.
[76] Ibid.
[77] Ibid.
[78] Ibid.
[79] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[80] Donald M. Berwick, Thomas W. Nolan and John Whittington. The Triple Aim: Care, Health, and Cost. Health Affairs 2008; 27(3): 759-769.
[81] Prepared for CMS by RTI International & Telligen. Accountable Care Organization 2012 Program Analysis. U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality & U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 2012; (12-12-2011): 4-6. http://www.cms.gov/medicare/medicare-fee-for-service-payment/sharedsavingsprogram/downloads/aco_qualitymeasures.pdf (accessed 12 May 2013).
[82] AHRQ Patient Safety Network. Adverse Events after Hospital Discharge. http://psnet.ahrq.gov/primer.aspx?primerID=11 (accessed 16 February 2013).
[83] Bloomberg News - Visual Data. Bloomberg Unemployment Data: Highest Youth Unemployment Countries. http://www.bloomberg.com/visual-data/best-and-worst/highest-youth-unemployment-countries (accessed 18 December 2013).
[84] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
[85] Dudas, V., Bookwalter, T., Kerr, K., & Panitilat, S.. The impact of follow-up telephone calls to patients after hospitalization. Disease of the Month 2002; doi: 10.1067(48): 239-248.
[86] Various CMS Reports, op. cit.
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