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The Road to Balance: Two Decades of Progress in Providing Long-Term Services and Supports for Ohio's Older Population
This report documents two decades of progress in delivering long-term services in Ohio. In 1992, more than nine of the 10 older people in Ohio supported by Medicaid were in nursing homes. Today, the ratio is approaching 50/50.
Unpaid Caregivers Growing Demand and Limited Supply?
Several recent studies indicate that the supply of informal caregivers is declining and this change in potential support could have major policy implications. This brief explores, the reasons, implications, and possible ...
Serving an Increasing Older Population with Severe Disability: Serious Challenges Await for Ohio Over the Next Twenty Years
Ohio faces a demographic and financing challenge as its population ages in the next 20 years. With the number of people age 60 and older with a severe disability projected to increase by 60% while the overall population ...
Policy Does Matter: Continued Progress in Providing Long-Term Services and Supports for Ohio's Older Population | Report
Report tracks use long-term services and supports utilization trends from 1993 to 2015. Findings show that Ohio has made considerable progress in creating a more balanced system of long-term services and supports. However, ...
Policy Does Matter: Continued Progress in Providing Long-Term Services and Supports for Ohio's Older Population
Brief Report tracks long-term use in Ohio from 1993 to 2015.
The Impact of State Nursing Home Bed Relocation Policy in Ohio
As Ohio’s population aged and shifted across county lines, an imbalance in the supply of nursing home beds to 65+ population has occurred. For example, in 2008 the ratio of nursing home beds to 65+ population varied from ...