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Executive Director, Friends of Cancer Research, the forum featured the following presentations: * The Impact of the Supreme Court Ruling on the States , Sonya Schwartz, Program Director, National Academy for State Health Policy * The Economic Impact of the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Rachel L.
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Provider Fraud Most Common By far, most health care fraud (80%) involves providers' systematically overcharging public or private insurers, according to a report from researchers at George Washington University, Washington, and the National Academy for State Health Policy.
From 1998 to 2001, the number of assisted living facilities in the United States grew by 48 percent, according to the National Academy for State Health Policy in Portland, Maine.
Defining assisted living facilities can be a tricky business, Robert Mollica said recently at a Philadelphia conference sponsored by the National Academy for State Health Policy.
I can't think of one state that isn't having problems," commented Neva Kaye of the National Academy for State Health Policy.
According to the State Assisted Living Policy Report published by the National Academy for State Health Policy, by the spring of 1998, 35 states already had or planned to have a reimbursement system that permits Medicaid funding for assisted living options.
The new study, The Growth of Managed Long-Term Services and Supports (MLTSS) Programs: A 2012 Update, which was presented on October 15th at the 25th annual National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) Conference, analyzes trends in MLTSS programs nationwide.