Money Follows the Person 2011 Annual Evaluation Report


The Money Follows the Person (MFP) demonstration program represents a major initiative to give people needing long-term services and supports (LTSS) more choice about where they live and receive care, and to increase the capacity of state long-term care systems to serve people in the community rather than in institutions. The MFP demonstration grew in 2011, from 31 to 44 state grantees, when 13 additional states were awarded MFP grants.

Date Updated: 12/14/2012

The Money Follows the Person federal demonstration program provides states with funding to rebalance their Medicaid expenditures and transition beneficiaries from institutional care to communities. This brief, “Money Follows the Person 2011 Annual Evaluation Report,” prepared by Mathematica Policy Research, is the third annual evaluation of the program’s progress and implementation. It includes information on participant characteristics and quality of life, health care and home- and community-based service expenditures, state-level trends, and program results.

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