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dc.contributor.authorHall, Jean P.
dc.identifier.citationHall, Jean, P. (2003, November). Working Healthy: Getting the Job Done. Working Healthy Policy Brief Number 4. Lawrence: University of Kansas
dc.description.abstractWhen the Ticket to Work/Work Incentives Improvement Act (TW-WIIA) was passed in 1999, Congress acknowledges that the potential loss of Medicaid and/or Medicare coverage for people with disabilities who attained or increased employment was a serious disincentive to their meaningful participation in work. Medicaid Buy-In programs were offered as an option to states to extend Medicaid coverage to people with disabilities who wanted to work. Evaluation activities of the Kansas Medicaid Buy-In, Working Healthy, have demonstrated that Medicaid remains a crucial element in the ability of Kansans with disabilities to work
dc.publisherWorking Healthy Policy Brief Number 4. Lawrence: University of Kansas
dc.subjectTicket To Work
dc.subjectMedicaid Buy-in
dc.titleWorking Healthy: Getting the Job Done
kusw.kuauthorHall, Jean P.
kusw.kudepartmentDivision of Adult Studies
kusw.oaversionScholarly/refereed, author accepted manuscript
kusw.oapolicyThis item meets KU Open Access policy criteria.

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