The MFP program allows qualified beneficiaries to get the care they need while improving their quality of life.
The Money Follows the Person (MFP) program is a Medicaid demonstration program that was awarded to the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). This executive summary, combined with the Chartbook and Data Tables, is a summary of the evaluation provided by the Georgia Health Policy Center (GHPC) for cumulative data collected between January 2009… more »
To understand the facilitators and barriers of individuals re-entering the (paid or volunteer) workforce after transitioning from an institution to a community setting via the Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Demonstration Grant.
GHPC was contracted by the Georgia Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services (DAS) to evaluate the Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC) program.
Conference proceedings and related research. A focus on implications of Georgia’s growing elderly population on the state budget.
This report summarizes a process evaluation of the expansion of the Aging and Disability Resource Connection program in Georgia.
A survey of 800 Georgians over age 55 shows most Baby Boomers have done very little planning for their future long-term care needs. The survey was conducted in October 2006 by the Georgia Health Policy Center in support of Georgia’s State Plan on Aging. The survey results highlight areas where state policies and programs might… more »
An evaluation of the effectiveness of a quality intervention to improve end-of-life care planning within nursing facilities.
A portion of a four-year study concentrating on the design and implementation of long-term care service arrays and peer-support mechanisms.
Survey of baseline measures for Georgia’s Medicaid’s new disease management program, Georgia Enhanced Care.