Characteristics and Service Use of Medicaid Buy-In Participants with Higher Incomes: A Descriptive Analysis
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
May 31, 2013
This study examined the characteristics and service use of Medicaid Buy-In participants with higher incomes (above 250 percent of the federal poverty line), relative to participants with lower incomes. The study found higher-income participants were less likely to enroll in Medicare and more likely to be enrolled in third-party insurance. Service use for higher-income Buy-In participants concentrated on prescription drugs and durable medical equipment, and Medicaid expenditures for a selected set of services among higher-income participants were generally lower than expenditures for the same services among all Buy-In participants.
Medicaid Buy-In Program
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
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