Duke Margolis Institute for Policy: Opportunities for Expanding Home-Based Care for Medicare Beneficiaries


This policy agenda brief synthesizes research conducted by the Duke-Margolis Center and provides policy recommendations to increase access to home-based care for people with complex medical and social needs. This work was motivated by the significant opportunity to provide home-based care for millions of people in the United States, particularly individuals that are unable to receive health and health-related services in an office or facility setting due to health and functional limitations. While patients often prefer receiving care in the home setting, there remains a mismatch between the demand and supply of home-based care services. VIEW BRIEFING

Date Updated: 11/01/2021

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