Money Follows the Person Program: COVID-19 and Social Disconnectedness
The Money Follows the Person Program (MFP) is a rebalancing initiative funded through a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services demonstration grant. The program is designed to help older adults and people living with physical and developmental disabilities transition from institutions, like nursing homes, to their homes and communities. Georgia’s MFP program is administered through the Georgia Department of Community Health.
Proposed citation: Prendergast, A., Fuller, K. (2021). Money follows the person program: COVID-19 and social disconnectedness. Georgia Health Policy Center. Retrieved from: https://ghpc.gsu.edu/download/money-follows-the-person-program-covid-19-and-social-disconnectedness/
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