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Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
The Role of Area Agencies on Aging in Providing Case Management Services to Florida's Elders, Report No. 96-80, April 1997
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- Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) in other states provide case management. Allowing Florida's AAAs to provide case management has several possible benefits, including better integration of services and reduced costs.
- However, changing the current system by mandating that AAAs provide case management services may be premature in light of the pending re-authorization of the Older Americans Act and the potential for the role of AAAs to change under the state's long-term managed care initiatives.
Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?
Medicaid Aged and Disabled Adult Waiver
Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission (Vocational Rehabilitation)
Home and Community-Based Services Program
What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?
- Report No. 01-66 Justification Review: Services to Elders Program, Department of Elder Affairs, published in December 2001.
- Report No. 01-04 Program Review: High-Risk Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation Quickly Served; Data Problems Remain, published in January 2001.
- Report No. 99-51 Progress Report: Other Initiatives to Decrease Long-Term Care Costs Should Accompany Medicaid Waiver Expansion, published in May 2000.
- Report No. 98-83 Progress Report: Elder Affairs Takes Steps to Separate Case Management from Other Services, published in June 1999.
- Report No. 98-81 Progress Report: Department of Elder Affairs Should Study the Pros and Cons of Changing Planning and Service Areas, published in June 1999.
- Report No. 98-29 Preliminary Report Referrals and Service Provision for Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation, published in December 1998.
- Report No. 96-87 Reconfiguring the Planning and Service Areas Covered by Florida's Area Agencies on Aging, published in June 1997.
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