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Source: Steve Eiken, Kate Sredl, Brian Burwell, and Paul Saucier. Medicaid Expenditures for Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) in FY 2016: Home and Community-Based Services were a Majority of LTSS Spending. Truven Health Analytics, June 2015.

Notes: Data are based primary on CMS-64 reports, and are supplemented with managed care expenditure data collected by Truven Health from states with managed LTSS programs, and expenditures from the Money Follows the Person (MFP) Demonstration in applicable states, provided by Mathematica Policy Research.  The CMS-64 is based on a state’s date of payment, as opposed to date of service delivery. This could result in unusual results based on a state’s one-time payment policy.

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